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Croatia is rapidly becoming one of the premiere holiday destinations in all of Europe, especially during the summer. The wonderful Mediterranean climate, warm and welcoming people and a wide array of activities, attractions and things to do make it the perfect place for adventurous travelers, and even families and couples looking for a great place to get away.
However, traveling to Croatia by air will require some planning. You'll find a wide variety of airlines flying into the region, from both the US and Europe; however, how do you choose an airline? Which airlines offer the lowest fares? What cities in Croatia do the airlines serve? Here are a few tips to help you get the most out of your holiday and find the best air travel options for you.
|Flying to Croatia is a quick way to reach this popular holiday and travel
with plenty of seasonal flights available from many European cities.
Tip – Book your flight early. Traveling to Croatia requires some planning, usually best done well ahead of time. You'll need to know where you want to go, and book accordingly. Discounted airfare is available; however, you'll find that as the flight fills up, the ticket prices skyrocket. Booking early is the best way to get the lowest price possible.
In July 2017, after reporting nearly $400 earnigs for the first half of the year, the low-budget airline Ryanair announced a further reduction in price of its airfares of up to 9%. Owing to increasing competition, Ryanair is expected to cut their aifare prices by about 5% by the end of September 2017. This is expected to get even lower in the ensuing 6 months after that, by about 8%.
Easy Jet and Wizz Air have also announced chepaer aifares in the 2nd half of 2017. The average aifare price has been just over 40 Euros in mid 2017, according to Ryanair.
|The local airline, Croatia Airlines, flies both internationally and domestically,
between important local and European cities.
Flying into a small airport can be exciting, but you'll find problems as well. The best choice is to fly into one of the 6 major airports in the country. Dubrovnik, Zagreb, Rijeka, Pula, Zadar and Split all offer international airports served by major airlines.
Traveler from the US will most likely have to change planes to another carrier in Europe to reach several destinations.
Aeroflot, Air France, Alitalia, Austrian Airlines, BH Airlines, Croatia Airlines, CSA, Germanwings, LOT, Lufthansa, Malev, TAP, Turkish Airlines and WIZZ Air serve Zagreb Airport. Most of these are Western European airlines, with a few Eastern European airlines thrown in.
Rijeka is a smaller airport, serviced by a number of airlines, including Croatia Airlines, HLX, Ryanair and several others.
Zadar is served by Croatia Airlines, Ryanair, Sky Europe, Germanwings, ScandJet, InerSky and several smaller airlines.
|The low-budget airline Ryanair flies regularly
to Croatia, offering a number of flights
mostly from the UK to Croatian cities of Osijek, Pula, Rijeka and Zadar.
Split Airport boasts a large number of airlines operating within it. You'll find Air Malta, Air One, Croatia Airlines, Easy Jet, Finnair, Germanwings, Luxair, Mistral Air, Sterling Airlines, Tomas Cook Airlines, Ural Airlines and many others for your convenience.
Dubrovnik is one of the most frequent destinations and boasts a large number of airlines. You'll find KLM, Malev Airlines, Delta, Air France, Austrian Airlines, Croatia Airlines, Czech Airlines, Virgin Airlines, and quite a few more, as well.
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