November 9, 2020 – The latest news for flights to Croatia as Brussels Airlines plans three Croatian destinations next summer.
Croatian Aviation reports that in the 2021 summer flight schedule, Brussels Airlines plans to operate to three Croatian destinations.
Namely, the Belgian national airline, which normally operates to more than 100 destinations worldwide, plans to operate to Zagreb, Split, and Dubrovnik next year.
In the summer flight schedule, which ended at the end of October, Brussels Airlines operated to Split and Dubrovnik.
The line to Split started operations at the beginning of July, while the line to Dubrovnik was in traffic from June 27. Both lines operated with reduced flights compared to 2019. The airline temporarily canceled the lines to Zagreb and Zadar, and they did not operate this summer season.
The Brussels Airlines route to Zagreb was introduced in 2015, while the route to Zadar was introduced in the summer of 2018.
In the summer flight schedule next year, Brussels Airlines plans to operate from its headquarters in Brussels to Zagreb, Split, and Dubrovnik. The line to Zadar is currently not for sale.
The Brussels – Zagreb line will operate from March 28 to October 29, 2021, 5 times a week, every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Sunday.
Brussels 13:20 – 15:10 Zagreb 15:50 – 17:45 Brussels
The seasonal line to Split should operate from the end of April (April 24), while the Brussels – Dubrovnik line will operate from May 1 next year.
The return of Brussels Airlines to Zagreb next spring is good news for passengers who want to continue their journey to several destinations in Europe with this airline. Until March 2021, direct flights from Zagreb to Brussels are available with the national airline – Croatia Airlines.