50 Zagreb Airport Winter Flights in 2021/2022 Schedule, Including 45 International

Daniela Rogulj

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Index.hr reports that Zagreb International Airport (MZLZ) will be connected to 50 destinations, five in domestic and 45 in international traffic, in the 2021/2022 winter flight schedule, which starts this weekend, Zagreb Airport announced on Friday.

Croatia Airlines announced that in the 2021/2022 winter flight schedule, it connects Zagreb with four destinations in domestic traffic: Split, Dubrovnik, Pula, and Zadar and with 13 international destinations, namely: Amsterdam, Vienna, Brussels, Dublin, Frankfurt, Copenhagen, London, Munich, Paris, Rome, Sarajevo, Skopje, and Zurich.

From December 16, Eurowings plans to start flying on the Zagreb-Prague route.

Other airlines that operate regularly in Zagreb this winter are Air France to Paris, Austrian Airlines to Vienna, Aeroflot, Nordwind, IKAR, and Azur Air to Moscow, Air Serbia to Belgrade, and British Airways to London.

KLM covers Amsterdam, Lufthansa travels to Frankfurt, LOT to Warsaw, Turkish Airlines to Istanbul, Trade Air to Osijek, Qatar Airways to Doha, and Windrose Airlines to Kyiv.

A total of 19 airlines will connect Zagreb with the five destinations above in domestic traffic and international traffic with 45 destinations in 28 countries.

“We believe that such a good connection with Europe, the Middle East, and indirectly with other destinations around the world, will contribute to a significant increase in the number of passengers and further confirm Zagreb as a true city break destination,” Zagreb Airport said in a statement. 

After several months of decline and stagnation of traffic caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, Franjo Tuđman Airport gradually recovered through a significant increase in the number of passengers and number of destinations, opening new routes, and weekly growth in the number of flights on existing routes in the 2021 summer flight schedule, compared to the previous year.

In the last part of the summer flight schedule, in early September, Ryanair launched nine new routes as part of the announced expansion and base of the second aircraft in Zagreb, and for the first half of December 2021 announced nine new routes – Dublin, Manchester, Eindhoven, Basel, Malaga, Paphos, Malta, Naples, and Thessaloniki.

At the end of September this year, Flydubai re-launched the route on the route Dubai – Zagreb twice a week, with the announcement that in the winter flight schedule, from December 2021, it will fly four times a week.

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