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Croatia Airlines Celebrating Its 30th Birthday


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Three decades ago, Zagreb Airlines d.d. (Zagal) was registered in Zagreb. About a year later, in July 1990, Zagreb Airlines changed its name to Croatia Airlines.

In this celebratory year, Croatia Airlines and its passengers fly under the slogan Creating memories for 30 years. Over the last three decades, offering services in the transport of passengers and cargo in scheduled and charter transport, Croatia Airlines has grown into a European airline that is recognized for its safety, professional staff, and high quality of service. From its first flight until today, the company has flown more than 600,000 flights and transported more than 39,000,000 passengers.

Croatia Airlines’ first commercial flight was carried out on 5 May 1991, on the Zagreb Split route, establishing domestic passenger transport in Croatia. A year later, on 5 April 1992, the company performed its first international flight on the Zagreb – Frankfurt route, which marked the beginning of Croatia’s connections with the world.

Croatia Airlines’ fleet now consists of twelve aircraft: four Airbus A319s, two Airbus 320s, and six turboprop Dash 8-Q400 aircraft. During this season, the company flies to 8 domestic and 30 international destinations and directly connects Croatia to 24 countries.

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