Emirates Airlines resumes operations to Zagreb, Croatia

Emirates has resumed its operations to Zagreb, Croatia for summer. Its partner airline, flydubai will then begin to operate during the winter season

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Emirates has resumed its operations to Zagreb for summer, serving the route until 26 October 2019, the airlines has announced. According to the company, its partner airline, flydubai will then begin to operate during the winter season.

 

The flight, EK 129 will depart Dubai at 8:30 am and arrive in Zagreb at 12:35 pm local time. The return flight, EK 130 will depart Zagreb at 15:25 pm and arrive in Dubai at 23:00 pm local time, Emirates said.

For now, flights to Zagreb will operate four times weekly on Saturday, Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, due to upgrade works on the southern runway at DXB, from 16 April until 30 May 2019. From 31 May, 2019,  the route will be operated as a daily service.

Emirates’ daily service to Zagreb will operate in a 3 class configuration with 8 lie-flat seats in First Class, 42 seats in Business Class and 304 spacious seats in Economy Class.

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