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More and more low cost flights from Croatian companies
An increasing number of low-cost airlines connect Croatian cities with European capitals.

Zagreb has also, thanks to the Spanish company Spanair, since April been directly connected three times a week (Monday, Wednesday and Friday) with Barcelona and the same company will connect Madrid and Dubrovnik in the summer months.

The Croatian capital is throughout the year connected through Germanwings with Berlin, Cologne, Hannover and Stuttgart, while Wizz Air flies to London and Dortmund. The low-cost airline Norwegian links Copenhagen and Oslo with Zagreb.

Dubrovnik is the main landing site in the summer time for cheaper airlines, and from it you can fly low-cost to almost all parts of Europe. Germanwings flies from Dubrovnik to Vienna, London, Berlin and other German cities like Dresden, Hamburg, Cologne and Munich. Followed by the number of flights is Easy Jet, flying to Paris, Milan, Rome, Berlin, Geneva, Liverpool and London, while the Scandinavian Norwegian has routes to Bergen, Oslo, Stockholm and Warsaw.

Thomas Cook Airlines flies to Brussels, Estonian Air to Tallinn, Aerlingus for Dublin, Air Berlin for the German capital and Vueling Airlines for Barcelona.

British companies, Flybe and occasionally fly to Belfast, Edinburgh, Leeds, Manchester, Birmingham, Southampton and Nottingham during the season.

In addition to Dubrovnik, Germanwings in the three summer months connects a large number of cities to Split, Pula and Zadar. Through this company, which was the first to introduce cheaper air travel in Croatia, you can fly to Warsaw, Lisbon, Madrid, Dublin and many other cities, with a chageover on one of Germany’s airports.

During the season the Split airport frequently uses Easy Jet, which has been active in Croatia since 2006, when it started its flights to London. From July 10th you can fly from Split to Paris through this company. You can also fly to Milan, Rome, Amsterdam, Berlin and Geneva. British companies and ocasionally fly to Birmingham, Southampton, Manchester and Newcastle.
Scandinavian airports in Oslo, Stockholm and Copenhagen are connected with Split through Norwegian, that lands in Rijeka and Pula.

To Split, Zadar and Rijeka fly the Austrian carrier InterSky and the Slovak Danube wings which flies to Bratislava and Košice. The world famous low-cost company Ryanair began connecting Osijek and Frankfurt twice a week in May, and previously was the case with Pula and Zadar where Ryanair first landed more than four years.



Wizz Air

Easy Jet

Thomas Cook Airlines

Estonian Air


Air Berlin

Vueling Airlines



Danube wings


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