Given the easing of restrictive measures in a number of countries (not just in Europe), Turkish Airlines, driven by high demand since July 19, is increasing the number of weekly rotations between Istanbul and Zagreb.
This airline currently operates 7 times a week between the two mentioned cities, but from June 19 there will be a significant increase. As reported by the portal Croatian Aviation, by mid-September, Turkish Airlines will offer 10 flights a week, daily, with two daily flights on Mondays, Fridays and Sundays, in the morning and evening.
Only in the period from July 19 to August 31, this airline between Zagreb and Istanbul offers 120 flights with as many as 22 seats available in both directions, which is far more than in previous months when Turkish Airlines operated only three times a week to Zagreb due to reduced demand.
In addition to the year-round route to Zagreb Airport, this well-known airline also renewed its route to Dubrovnik a few weeks ago. Turkish Airlines will also operate on it twice a week in August, every Wednesday and Sunday.