Turkish Airlines Istanbul-Zagreb Daily flights, scheduled flights from Dubrovnik from April 6

April 5, 2022 – The latest news on flights to Croatia as Turkish Airlines Istanbul-Zagreb flights have been operating daily since April 1, and three-week flights to Dubrovnik start from April 6.

Turkey’s national flag carrier and Star Alliance member Turkish Airlines has been operating twice a day between Istanbul and Zagreb since early April and has announced three-week flights to Dubrovnik, Croatian Aviation reports.

Turkish Airlines has been operating daily between Zagreb and Istanbul since April 1, bringing the number of weekly rotations back to global pre-pandemic levels. Two daily flights operate every day of the week, departing from Zagreb in the morning and evening, offering several transfer options through its own hub in Istanbul.

On the route to and from Zagreb, Turkish Airlines operates several types of narrow-body aircraft in April, such as A320, A321, B737-800, B737-900ER and B737-MAX8, and a total of 21,024 seats are available in both directions in April, with the share of business class seats also being large.

From April 6, Turkish Airlines will also operate a regular service between Dubrovnik and Istanbul. Three weekly flights have been announced, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays, and A319, A321 and B737-800 aircraft will operate to Dubrovnik airport.

In April, 4,246 places were available between Istanbul and Dubrovnik. Interestingly, Dubrovnik recorded 25,645 passengers in March, while in the same month last year there were only 5,069 passengers. Several airlines returned to Dubrovnik on the last weekend of March, and domestic routes, as well as Freebird charter routes, were in operation throughout the month. In the first three months of this year, Dubrovnik registered 44,207 passengers, while in the same period of 2021 there were 12,346.

In April this year, Turkish Airlines announced a total of 73 return flights to Zagreb and Istanbul and a total of 25,270 seats available in the market. The number of seats will increase in the coming months as Turkey is expected to increase the number of rotations to Dubrovnik and capacity to Zagreb.

Recall that we recently reported that Zagreb’s 2022 summer flight schedule offers 3 million seats on 20 well-known European and international airlines.

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