Flights to Croatia: Croatia Airlines Cancels More International Lines this Month

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September 15, 2020 – The latest news for flights to as Airlines cancels more lines at the end of this month. 

Aviation reports that Croatia Airlines has made changes to its flight schedule and canceled certain flights between September 21 and the end of this month. A list of lines with canceled dates can be found below.

Flights from

Zagreb – – Athens: flights canceled on September 22 and 29,

Zagreb – Brussels: flights canceled on September 22, 23 and 29,

Zagreb – Copenhagen: flight canceled on September 30,

Zagreb – Dublin: flights canceled on September 22, 24 and 29,

Zagreb – London: flights canceled on September 23 and 30,

Zagreb – Munich: flights canceled on September 21, 23 and 30,

Zagreb – Paris: flights canceled 21 – 23, and 27 – 30 September,

Zagreb – / Dubrovnik – Rome: flights canceled on 21, 22, 25, 27, 28 and 30 September,

Zagreb – Sarajevo: flights canceled on September 21, 23, 27 and 30,

Zagreb – Vienna: flights canceled on September 23, 26 and 28,

Zagreb – Zurich: flights canceled on September 23 and 24.

Lines from Split

Split – Frankfurt: flights canceled on September 22, 25 and 29,

Split – Vienna: flights canceled on September 21, 23, 25, 28 and 30,

Split – Zurich: flights canceled on September 21, 23, 28 and 30,

Split – Rome: flights canceled on September 21, 22, 25 and 28.

Lines from Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik – Athens: flights canceled on September 22nd and 29th,

Dubrovnik – Frankfurt: flights canceled on September 22, 25, 27, and 29,

Dubrovnik – Paris: flight canceled on September 24,

Dubrovnik – Zurich: flights canceled on September 21, 23 – 25, 28 and 30,

Dubrovnik – Munich: flights canceled on September 21, 27, and 28,

Dubrovnik – Rome: flights canceled on September 27 and 30.

A total of 70 operations (140 return flights) on international routes from Zagreb, Split, and Dubrovnik were canceled between September 21 and 30, 2020. International routes not listed in this list operate 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 of September, the company will have 300 canceled return flights from the three mentioned airports.

It is important to note that passengers are not entitled to the fee that is otherwise prescribed by EU Regulation no. 261/2004 in case of flight cancellation. Namely, the mentioned regulation clearly states that the fee will not be paid if the carrier canceled the flight due to force majeure. It is precisely the global pandemic that is considered a force majeure, which is reason enough to cancel a flight without paying passenger compensation.

You do still have certain rights as a passenger. In the event of a canceled flight, the airline must offer you two options: a flight to your final destination with a transfer at another airport or a refund of the full amount of the value of your ticket in cash or voucher. According to readers, Croatia Airlines solves passenger requests very quickly, offering exactly the options mentioned.

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