Ryanair schedules network-wide growth from Zagreb



Ryanair will further expand its operations from the Croatian capital this upcoming summer season by increasing frequencies across its Zagreb network, in addition to the previously announced five new routes from the city - Girona, Alicante, Marseille, Palma de Mallorca, and Pisa. The budget carrier plans to have just over 100 departing flights from Zagreb each week during the summer, or an additional nineteen weekly services. Frequencies will be increased to Malta, Malaga, Basel, Beauvais, London Stansted, Charleroi, Rome, Gothenburg, Weeze, and Podgorica. In addition, the carrier will maintain a weekly service to Lanzarote, which was launched this winter season and will continue throughout the summer months. Planned Ryanair Zagreb frequency growth on existing routes, summer 2024

Ryanair schedules network-wide growth from Zagreb

The carrier has confirmed it will not bring back three routes which were maintained last summer, including Bratislava, Brindisi and Memmingen. In total, Ryanair plans to have 37.222 weekly seats on its Zagreb operations this summer (both directions included), representing an increase of 21.8% on the same period last year. The airline is expected to fuel growth at Zagreb Airport, which is already averaging a 12% increase in capacity during the peak summer months. To help cater for the growth across its Croatian network this summer, which includes the launch of its new base in Dubrovnik and the expansion of its existing bases in both Zagreb and Zadar, the airline recently held a recruitment drive for forty new cabin crew members in the Croatian capital Commenting on its growth on the Croatian market, Ryanair said, “Ryanair, Croatia’s largest airline, has delivered low fares, connectivity, and tourism to Croatia for over fifteen years and has single-handedly driven Croatia’s post-Covid traffic recovery. With the opening of its new Dubrovnik (two aircraft) base and three aircraft bases at both Zagreb and Zadar, Ryanair also offers flights to four other Croatian airports - Osijek, Pula, Rijeka and Split. Ryanair will continue to deliver Europe’s lowest fares and greater connectivity for Croatian citizens”.

Ryanair schedules network-wide growth from Zagreb

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Title: Ryanair schedules network-wide growth from Zagreb
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Published Date: Tue, 30 Jan 2024 08:00:00 +0000

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