Low-cost airlines eye Zagreb Airport, EX-YU Aviation reports
Even though Zagreb’s new Airport has had some troubles in the past week, with the State looking into the case of Croatia Airlines aeroplane landing in Rome instead of Zagreb because there were supposedly no people at the Airport late at night, things seem to be looking up. As EX-YU Aviation reported earlier today, June 20, several low-cost airlines are looking into Zagreb Airport.
Low-cost airline companies have previously stated that the landing charges at the airport are too expensive, but it seems that the Airport has updated its incentives scheme, which provides financial support via discounts on landing and passenger service charges for new routes and frequency increases. EX-YU Aviation mentions Transavia and Volotea as the possible new airlines for 2018, and easyJet is also considering coming back to the capital, three years after it suspended operations.
The Airport’s general manager Jacques Feron said that the airport’s goal is to increase the variety and number of flights and cater to all passengers’ needs.
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