British Airways, the member of OneWorld alliance, will reduce the number of weekly flights between Zagreb and London Heathrow in September this year.
British Airways is currently operating one daily flight between London and Zagreb with A319 and A320 aircraft. Due to the low demand, the airline will reduce the number of weekly flights between two cities in September this year.
From September 1st British Airways will fly 6 times per week on the Zagreb - London route (daily except Wednesdays), while from September 7th there will be 5 flights per week (without flights on Tuesdays and Wednesdays).
There is possibility that the airline will additionally reduce more flights on this route in the near future, due to the rapid growth of COVID-19 positive cases in the Republic of Croatia.
Other BA flights to Croatia (to Dubrovnik, Split and Pula) are at the moment without any operational changes.
Croatia Airlines is planning to operate 3 flights per week on the Zagreb - London route (Monday, Wednesday, Friday), but the schedule for September is not confirmed yet.