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Further cancellations on Croatia Airlines international routes

Croatia Airlines made changes to its flight schedule and canceled certain flights between September 21st and the end of this month. Here is a list of routes with canceled departure dates.

Photo: D.Fabijanić/Croatia Airlines

Earlier we published a list of canceled flights from Sept 1st to 20th, details can be found HERE.


Flights from Zagreb Airport

Zagreb - Dubrovnik - Athens: canceled flights on Sept 22nd and 29th,

Zagreb - Bruxelles: canceled flights on Sept 22nd, 23rd and 29th,

Zagreb - Copenhagen: canceled flight on Sept 30th,

Zagreb - Dublin: canceled flights on Sept 22nd, 24th and 29th,

Zagreb - London: canceled flights on Sept 23rd and 30th,

Zagreb - Munich: canceled flights on Sept 21st, 23rd and 30th,

Zagreb - Paris: canceled flights between Sept 21st - 23rd and 27th - 30th,

Zagreb - SPU/DBV - Rome: canceled flights on Sept 21st, 22nd, 25th, 27th, 28th and 30th,

Zagreb - Sarajevo: canceled flights on Sept 21st, 23rd, 27th and 30th,

Zagreb - Vienna: canceled flights on Sept 23rd, 26th and 28th,

Zagreb - Zurich: canceled flights on Sept 23rd and 24th.


Flights from Split Airport

Split - Frankfurt: canceled flights on Sept 22nd, 25th and 29th,

Split - Vienna: canceled flights on Sept 21st, 23rd, 25th, 28th and 30th,

Split - Zurich: canceled flights on Sept 21st, 23rd, 28th and 30th,

Split - Rome: canceled flights on Sept 21st, 22nd, 25th and 28th.


Flights from Dubrovnik Airport

Dubrovnik - Athens: canceled flights on Sept 22nd and 29th,

Dubrovnik - Frankfurt: canceled flights on Sept 22nd, 25th, 27th and 29th,

Dubrovnik - Paris: canceled flight on Sept 24th,

Dubrovnik - Zurich: canceled flights on Sept 21st, 23rd, 24th, 25th, 28th and 30th,

Dubrovnik - Munich: canceled flights on Sept 21st, 27th and 28th,

Dubrovnik - Rome: canceled flights on Sept 27th and 30th.


A total of 70 operations (140 return flights) on international routes from Zagreb, Split and Dubrovnik Airport were canceled between September 21st and 30th. International routes not listed here are operating regularly and there were no cancellations of departures in the mentioned period. In the first 20 days of September, Croatia Airlines canceled a total of 160 flights, in the whole September the company will have 300 canceled return flights from the three mentioned airports.

As we recently stated for Slobodna Dalmacija, we once again want to draw the attention of passengers that in case of flight cancellation they are not entitled for the compensation that is prescribed by EU Regulation no. 261/2004. Namely, the mentioned regulation clearly states that the compensation will not be paid if the carrier canceled the flight due to force majeure. The global pandemic is considered as force majeure and that is the reason why passengers are not getting compensation in case of canceled flight so don’t waste on it.

Passengers still have some rights. In the event of a canceled flight, the airline must offer you two options: a flight to your final destination with a stopover (transfer), or a refund of the full amount which you paid for your ticket in money or voucher. Croatia Airlines, according to the information we receive from our readers, solves passenger requests very quickly, offering exactly this options which we mentioned here.

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