Croatia Airlines is the national flag carrier airline of Croatia, headquartered in Zagreb. It was established in 1989 and began operations in 1991, following the country’s independence. Croatia Airlines operates both domestic and international flights, connecting Croatia with various destinations in Europe. This year they will fly on 47 international routes, with over 17,000 flights.
The airline’s main hub is Zagreb International Airport, and it operates a fleet of modern aircraft, including Airbus A319 and Bombardier Dash 8-Q400 planes. Croatia Airlines offers a range of services and amenities to its passengers, including onboard meals, in-flight entertainment, and a frequent flyer program called Miles & More.
As a member of Star Alliance, Croatia Airlines has codeshare agreements with several international airlines, allowing passengers to travel to numerous destinations worldwide. The airline has played a significant role in promoting tourism in Croatia, as it connects popular tourist destinations such as Dubrovnik, Split, and Zadar with major European cities.
During the tourist season, Croatia Airlines plans to connect Croatia with 24 international destinations, specifically 25 European airports, and our domestic airline’s aircraft will fly on 47 international routes.
A total of over 17,000 flights are planned, with more than 1,820,000 seats available. This will contribute to the quality of the Croatian tourism product and the improvement of Croatia’s transportation infrastructure.
During the current summer flight schedule, Croatia Airlines is expanding its network of international destinations, resuming traffic on international routes that the company did not operate during the epidemiological crisis, and intensifying flights on domestic and international routes.
Direct connections between Zagreb and 15 European destinations are planned in regular international traffic. Thus, from Zagreb, this summer season, you can directly fly to Amsterdam, Athens, Barcelona, Vienna, Brussels, Dublin, Frankfurt, Copenhagen, London, Munich, Paris, Rome, Sarajevo, Skopje, and Zurich.
To meet the increased market demand, Croatia Airlines offers direct flights from Split to Amsterdam, Athens, Vienna, Berlin, Bucharest, Dublin, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Copenhagen, London (Heathrow and Gatwick), Lyon, Milan, Munich, Oslo, Paris, Prague, Rome, Stockholm, and Zurich.
Direct international flights from Dubrovnik are planned to Athens, Frankfurt, Munich, Paris, Rome, and Zurich. Our domestic airline will also connect Rijeka, Osijek, and Bol on the island of Brač with Munich.
Croatia Airlines aims to emphasize its role as a good and reliable host on its flights.
The international flight network is coordinated with flights between 7 Croatian airports (Zagreb, Dubrovnik, Split, Zadar, Pula, Osijek, and Bol) and allows passengers to have good connections to international routes.
New Croatia Airlines lines in the summer flight schedule:
Dubrovnik – Prague (from May 18th to October 12th, on Thursdays)
Split – Skopje (from May 12th to October 9th, on Tuesdays and Fridays)
Split – Oslo (from May 14th to October 15th, on Sundays)
Bol – Munich (from the end of May to the first half of October, on Saturdays)
Regular international flights between Zagreb and Mostar were reintroduced on May 3rd this year, and they will operate three times a week. From Zagreb, you can take off to Mostar on Wednesdays at 11:25 AM, and on Thursdays and Sundays, there are evening flights departing from Zagreb at 11 PM. Croatia Airlines aircraft will depart from Mostar to Zagreb on Mondays and Fridays at 6 AM, and on Wednesdays at 1:05 PM.
Taste of Dalmatia on airplanes – Dalmatian “marenda” (light meal)
On Croatia Airlines flights, you can experience Dalmatian cuisine. In the business class, they offer a large snack box – mandulat (almond nougat), rosemary and olive oil crackers, salsa, prosciutto, and arancini, as well as a small snack box with mandulat, rosemary and olive oil crackers, and prosciutto. For passengers in the economy class, rosemary and olive oil crackers are available.