Articles Tagged ‘Croatia Airlines’
Croatia Airlines now flies to Nice from Dubrovnik with twice-weekly flights, using its A319s.
In 2014, Europe’s flag-carriers reported traffic growth of 2.9%, according to the AEA. All geographic markets were up except for North Africa (down 3.5%), with North Atlantic and the Middle East leading the way (both +5.1%).
With double-digit growth in weekly seats and flights, Ben Gurion Airport seems likely to break into the top 100 busiest airports in the next few years if these increases continue. anna.aero takes a look at the significant growth statistics of the Israeli capital’s gateway, along with the most important players in the market.
The EU’s latest recruit is Croatia, becoming the 28th member on 1 July after nearly a 10-year wait. Despite five years of recession and over one in five being unemployed in the country, there is still optimism for growth across the country’s main airports. anna.aero delves deep into the reasons for this increased demand.
Croatia Airlines launches twice-weekly flights from Split Airport in Croatia to Belgrade Airport in Serbia.
Croatia Airlines inaugurates weekly (Thursday) services from Split to Kassel.
Croatia Airlines adds seasonal flights from Pula Airport to Frankfurt Airport.
As Croatia readies up for accession to the European Union, all of the country’s airports expect a busy summer. But as half of Pula Airport’s traffic concentrates in two months only, it needs to work harder on attracting year-round services.
As Croatia readies up for the EU accession, its flag carrier prepares for a busy summer with six new routes in the pipeline, as it struggles to recover financially.
Croatia’s summer traffic is booming in Dubrovnik, Pula, Split and Zadar; Zagreb welcomed Qatar Airways in May
Croatia may not yet be a part of the EU but it has seen rapid demand growth in recent years driven by Europe’s leading LCCs. But which carriers have grown their capacity most since the summer of 2010? And which country markets have seen the biggest growth in the last two years?
Croatia Airlines now flies from Split on the Croatian coast to Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport in Serbia.
Croatia Airlines starts new route to Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport from Zadar on Croatia’s Adriatic coast.