“We are glad that we can offer Swedish citizens options for travelling to Zagreb and the Croatian part of the Mediterranean. The Swedish market has huge potential, and this is why we are offering a high-quality, attractive product, which is the fastest traffic connection to South-East Europe. I believe that this fact, as well as the natural, cultural and historical beauties of Croatia, will be an incentive for many people from Sweden to visit our country”, said Mr Boris Kolka, Director of Sales and Marketing at Croatia Airlines.
Croatia Airlines flights between Stockholm and Zagreb are scheduled three times a week – on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, ending mid-October. Tickets are also available via www.croatiaairlines.com or m.croatiaairlines.hr for flights from Stockholm (via Zagreb) to other Croatian destinations which Croatia Airlines flies to – Split, Dubrovnik, Zadar, Pula and island of Brač.
By introducing this new route, Croatia Airlines is offering the people of Sweden an opportunity to experience both the continental and coastal part of the youngest member of the European Union.
Passengers are offered two service classes: economy and business class. The ticket price includes airport taxes and the Ticket Service Charge (TSC), as well as additional benefits: free transport of one piece of baggage (up to 23 kilograms in weight), complementary food, drinks and newspapers on board, an online seat selection, online or airport check-in, and award miles within the Miles & More programme or other programmes offered by members of the Star Alliance Group. Also, all passengers will collect double miles in the Miles & More programme by registering on Miles & More.
Croatia Airlines is a full-service carrier that provides domestic and international air passenger and cargo transport services. In its nearly 28 years of operations, the Company has been recognised by its passengers for flight safety, quality of services and professional staff.
During this year’s season, Croatia Airlines directly flies to 39 destinations in 24 European countries.