Ryanair, Europe's largest airline, opened its base at Franjo Tudjman Airport today and announced that it will have an additional aircraft at the airport, so from December this year the fleet will consist of a total of 3 based aircraft.
Ryanair's total investment in Zagreb is $ 300 million, and the airline will offer more than 60 departing flights a week on 24 routes during the winter, including 9 new routes to European destinations.
With a new line to Manchester, Ryanair is introducing an additional eight lines in December! A total of 24 international routes will be available from Zagreb Airport this December. Ryanair's total investment in Zagreb is $ 300 million, and the airline will offer more than 60 departing flights a week on 24 routes during the winter, including 9 new routes to European destinations.
At a press conference held at Zagreb Airport, Ryanair CEO Eddie Wilson said they were delighted to open a base in Zagreb and to announce Ryanair's winter flight schedule from December with an additional, third-based aircraft. “This additional capacity represents a total investment of US $ 300 million at Franjo Tudjman Airport and will play an important role in supporting the recovery of tourism in the Croatian capital as Ryanair provides great connectivity throughout the year."Wilson added.
After high demand this summer, Ryanair's flight schedule during the winter flight schedule will help position Zagreb as a key city break destination and will support the recovery of the Croatian tourism industry.
With 15 destinations to choose from this summer and as many as 24 this winter - including 9 new routes - our travelers will have a great choice when planning their next sunny holidays in destinations such as Malaga, Malta or Paphos, or a city break holiday in Dublin, Basel or Naples.
Ryanair's winter flight schedule 2021 in Zagreb includes:
• 3 based aircraft ($ 300 million investment) - 90 new direct jobs
• 9 new routes - Basel, Eindhoven, Malaga, Malta, Manchester, Naples, Paphos, Thessaloniki (all will run twice a week) and Dublin (2 times a week)
• A total of 24 lines from / to 16 countries - Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Malta, Montenegro, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom
• 62 flights per week
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