Emirates brings widebody operations to Croatia

Emirates brings widebody operations to Croatia

Dubbed the newest ‘ Silicon Valley’ owing to the reputation for being an incubator pertaining to tech start-ups thanks to a growing inhabitants of highly-educated young professionals, Zagreb is central to industry in this area of Europe. In addition to new technology plus telecoms, many of the largest Croatian plus Central European companies and conglomerates have their headquarters or regional workplaces in the city centre.

United Arab Emirates (UAE) center carrier Emirates Airline is to more expand its European network using its first flights into Croatia come early july and the introduction of daily solutions between Dubai International Airport and Franjo Tuđ man (Pleso) International Airport within Zagreb. With the recent retirement from the Airbus A330 and A340 fleets, the route will be inaugurated using a Boeing 777-300 bringing over 5, 1000 weekly two-way seats into the marketplace.

The flight will certainly commence from June 1, 2017 and will be the only regularly scheduled widebody operation into Zagreb. The 777-300 is configured in a three-class agreement offering seats for 12 Top notch, 42 Business Class and 310 Economy passengers.

“ Emirates has had a commercial existence in Croatia since 2003, to launch full operations is an organic progression, ” said Thierry Antinori, executive vice president and key commercial officer, Emirates Airline. “ We are committed to our contribution in order to growing the trade and travel and leisure flows between Croatia and Dubai, as well as encouraging incoming tourism from your Middle East and Asia Pacific cycles. ”

Croatia is a superb destination for business and leisure take a trip from around the world, with growth specifically with tourists from Far Eastern locations like South Korea, Japan, Taiwan and Singapore, plus Australia. The forex market is mainly served presently by Qatar Airways via Doha and European Airlines via Istanbul as Euro hub links involve additional westbound flying.

Dubbed the newest ‘ Silicon Valley’ owing to the reputation for being an incubator meant for tech start-ups thanks to a growing inhabitants of highly-educated young professionals, Zagreb is central to industry in the area. In addition to new technology and telecoms, most of the largest Croatian and Central Western companies and conglomerates have their head office or regional offices in the town centre.

Emirates feels the new flights will not only benefit vacationers in Croatia, but also those within neighbouring Slovenia and even the southern part of regions of Hungary and Austria which makes it more convenient to travel on the flight Emirates to Dubai and beyond. Booking means markets such as Shanghai, Beijing, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Sydney, Melbourne, Maldives, Seychelles and Sri Lanka may all be reached within a 4 hour transit window in Dubai.

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