Croatia Airlines Introduces Zagreb-Stockholm Line

Lauren Simmonds

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May the 22nd, 2024 – Croatia Airlines has introduced the new seasonal Zagreb-Stockholm line, with return tickets from 159 euros.

Ever since the Irish budget airline Ryanair arrived in Zagreb, the Croatian capital has had an entire world of travel possibilities opened up to it. Well, the entirety of Europe that is. Cheap flights to a wide array of European destinations are hard to compete with, and Croatia Airlines is no longer the only possibility to reach various places across Europe.

That said, Croatia Airlines is still trying to keep hold of passengers in Zagreb by occasionally introducing new, typically seasonal direct routes. One of the new additions is the Zagreb-Stockholm line.

As Poslovni Dnevnik writes, Croatia Airlines has introduced a seasonal Stockholm – Zagreb line and will connect the capitals of Croatia and Sweden on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays until mid-October.

A ceremony was held at Zagreb’s Dr. Franjo Tudjman Airport where the first passengers from Stockholm were welcomed to the Croatian capital.

Return air tickets for the Zagreb-Stockholm line are currently available to passengers at a price starting at 159 euros.

In addition to the direct seasonal Zagreb-Stockholm line, the Croatian national airline is introducing two new seasonal routes from Zagreb this year.

Yesterday, the first flight on the new Zagreb-Berlin line is planned, on which aircraft will also fly three times a week (Tuesdays, on Fridays and Sundays), and on June the 14th, 2024, the new Zagreb-Tirana line will be introduced, on which flights are scheduled twice a week (on Fridays and Sundays).

For the director of the Tourist Board of the City of Zagreb, Martina Bienenfeld, the introduction of new direct flights by Croatia Airlines connecting Zagreb with Berlin, Stockholm and Tirana represents a significant boost for tourism in the Croatian capital.

During the summer tourist season, Croatia Airlines plans to connect the Republic of Croatia with 28 international destinations, i.e. 29 European airports, and the planes will fly on 50 international routes.


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