TUI Zadar flights added to Croatian destinations, Austria Airlines Zagreb flights temporarily suspended
January 16, 2022 – The latest news on flights to Croatia as TUI Zadar flights are on the list of Croatian destinations this summer, while Austria Airlines will temporarily suspend Vienna-Zagreb flights from Monday.
TUI fly Belgium, a member of the well-known TUI Group specializing in organized tourist trips to a number of well-known leisure destinations, including Croatia, has announced a number of destinations in the upcoming 2022 summer flight schedule.
During the last summer season, planes of the TUI Group flew to Pula, Dubrovnik and Split, and this year, according to announcements, we can also expect them in Zadar, reports Croatian Aviation.
Like last year, TUI has strengthened its network of destinations this year by adding four new airports to its list.
The list of airports for 2022 that TUI fly Belgium plans to operate along Zadar includes Havana (Cuba), Aruba (Netherlands Antilles) and Ohrid (North Macedonia).
According to currently available data, flights from Brussels (BRU) to Zadar have been announced from April 23 to October 1, and TUI fly Belgium aircraft on this route are expected to operate twice a week, on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Croatian Aviation adds that although the summer season and the whole of 2021 has been very difficult for the airline industry, it seems that this airline believes that the summer season 2022 should be more successful, therefore in the announcement of the season to come, all destinations from 2021 remain on the list of destinations, including four new ones.
In 2022, TUI fly Belgium plans to offer 95 destinations and 168 routes, and flights are expected to take place from airports such as Brussels, Ostend, Antwerp, Charleroi, Liège (Belgium) and Lille (France).
In addition, Ex Yu Aviation reports that Austrian Airlines will temporarily halt Vienna-Zagreb flights from Monday, for the third time in the past two years. The service is expected to be suspended until at least February 28.
“Due to the rapidly changing pandemic situation, during the second half of January and part of February some flights were canceled, but the majority are on sale from February. Zagreb airport is in contact with airlines around the world. However, due to the confidential nature of these contacts, we cannot share more information at this time,” Zagreb Airport said.
Croatia Airlines will continue to fly between Vienna and Zagreb with three scheduled weekly flights.
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