Croatia Airlines to introduce direct flights to Prague, Milan, Lisbon and Saint Petersburg

As part of its summer timetable which starts on 27 March, Croatia Airlines (CA) plans to introduce direct flights from Zagreb to Prague, Milan, Lisbon and Saint Petersburg, the national flag carrier reported on Wednesday.

Zagreb-Lisbon flights will be available three times a week as of May 20 at a promotional price of 199 euros for a return flight.

On the same day direct flights will be introduced between Zagreb and Milan, with fares starting at 129 euros for a return ticket.

Direct Zagreb-Prague flights will commence as of May 21 and will fly three times a week for a price of 129 euros.

In addition to regular summer direct flight routes, this year Croatia Airlines is introducing direct flights between Zagreb and Saint Petersburg which should commence as of June 2 with a price starting at 199 euros.

Now that it has completed its restructuring Croatia Airlines is able to expand its destination network, the airline said in a press release.

Croatia Airlines flies directly to 34 destinations in 20 European countries, and in cooperation with its partner, Star Alliance, it it is connected with the entire world.

Last update: Wed, 02/03/2016 - 19:59
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