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Zadar – Closer to Europe from Spring
This spring, the low-budget air carriers Germanwings and Ryanair are introducing new seasonal connections between the Zadar airport and Hannover, Oslo and Brussels, as well as keeping the seasonal connections from last year.

The new Germanwings connection to Hannover will be available from May 1st to October 30th, once a week – Saturdays. It is the fourth connection Germanwings has introduced between Zadar and German destinations, the other being Stuttgart Cologne/Bonn and Berlin.

The biggest European low-budget air carrier Ryanair has announced it is introducing a new connection between Zadar and Oslo (Rygge) on March 31st, twice a week (Wednesdays and Sundays). The new connection between Zadar and Brussels (Charleroi) will be operating from May 1st, three times a week (Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays).

With these new connections, Ryanair will for the very first time connect Croatia with Belgium and Norway. Altogether, Ryanair now operates connections between Zadar and nine European destinations.

It is continuing with flights to England (London-Stansted, Edinburgh), Ireland (Dublin), Sweden (Stockholm); Germany (Frankfurt, Dusseldorf-Weeze) and Italy (Pisa).

These connections have for the past several years greatly contributed to an increase of the tourist exchange. The number of tourists and overnight stays from almost all countries to which these carriers offer flights from Zadar has greatly increased.

Zadar County Tourist Board
www.zadar.hr

City of Zadar Tourist Board
www.tzzadar.hr

Germanwings
www.germanwings.com

Ryanair
www.ryanair.com

Zadar Airport
www.zadar-airport.hr
 
 

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