Nordwind airline announced the start of its own flight program from Russia to Croatia. The first flights between the capitals of the states are scheduled for the second half of March. This was announced on March 11, by the carrier's press service.
“From March 19, Nordwind starts operating direct charter flights to Croatia together with Pegas Fly. Flights Moscow - Zagreb will be operated once a week, on Fridays,” the message says.
The carrier's representatives clarified that the frequency of flights may be adjusted as air traffic between the countries is restored.
S7 Airlines also plans to launch weekly charter flights from Moscow to Croatia to the resorts of Dubrovnik and Pula from April 25. The cost of tickets from Moscow is 216 Euros. At the same time, a Nordwind flight to Zagreb will cost only 68 Euros.
The Russian government has not yet included Croatia in the list of countries with which flights have been officially resumed. In this regard, it can be assumed that carriers are still planning to make so-called cargo and passenger flights.