Zadar low-cost airline and flight news
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October 27th, 2011
Karlsruhe-Baden is to become Ryanair’s next hub airport from March 2012. They are to add routes from Karlsruhe-Baden to Arrecife, Faro, Las Palmas, Palma, Riga, Tenerife (Sur), Thessaloniki, Vilnius, Zadar and Malaga. They will base two aircraft at the airport and will operate a total of 20 routes.
March 18th, 2010
January 13th, 2010
Germanwings will this summer open a new base at Hanover and launch 15 new routes. From May 2010 they will begin flights to Stuttgart, Bastia, Palma, Vienna, Barcelona, Heraklion, Moscow (Vnukovo), Zadar, Budapest, London (Stansted), Rome (Fiumicino), Zagreb, Dubrovnik, Milan (Malpensa) and Split.
They are expected to create around 70 new flights per week which will be operated by three aircraft.
April 26th, 2009
Ryanair have announced two new routes to be operated from their Frankfurt (Hahn) base this summer. From 04 July 2009 they will begin flying from Frankfurt (Hahn) to Zadar in Croatia and Cagliari in Sardinia. They are also due to launch a new Italian domestic route between Venice (Treviso) and Pescara at the same time.
April 8th, 2009
Ryanair have put 9 new routes on sale from their Weeze base, starting July 2009. These will include flights from Weeze to Almeria, Ibiza, Valladolid, Turin, Lamezia-Terme, Zadar, Krakow, Bratislava and Beziers.
March 4th, 2009
February 1st, 2009
Ryanair have put two new routes on sale from their Stockholm (Skavsta) base, including flights to Zadar and Palma. Both routes begin from the end of March 2009. They will also launch flights from East Midlands to Ibiza at the same time.
January 18th, 2009
Ryanair have this week announced a massive expansion of their operations from Bristol (from July 2009), Edinburgh (from April 2009) and Alicante (from June 2009). The new routes that they will launch are as follows:
December 18th, 2007
Sky Europe have put three new routes on sale from their Prague base. These include flights from Prague to Malaga (beginning 25 May 2008), and also flights to Zadar (from 6 June) and Varna (from 12 June). Tickets are available at www.skyeurope.com.
October 28th, 2007
Ryanair have put four new routes on sale, including one from their Shannon base to Alicante, and three routes from Dublin. The new routes from Dublin include flights to Palma and Santander in Spain, and Zadar in Croatia.
February 8th, 2007
In addition to their recent announcement to make Weeze their 19th base, Ryanair will launch a further 12 routes over the coming months. These include flights from Liverpool, London (Stansted) and Pisa to Palma and Alicante, Rome (Ciampino) to Zaragoza (Spain), London (Stansted) to Zadar (Croatia), Girona to Maastricht, Dublin to Bremen and Alicante and Frankfurt (Hahn) to Palma.
December 19th, 2006
Despite only being a short distance from their Bratislava base, Central European low-cost airline Sky Europe will open a base at Vienna from 25 March 2007. Traditionally, Vienna has been ignored by many low-cost airlines due to the high landing fees that airlines must pay to fly there.
From March 2007, Sky Europe will fly from Vienna to Barcelona, Amsterdam, Brussels (International), Paris (Orly), Nice, Venice (Treviso), Florence, Rimini, Bucharest (Baneasa), Sofia, Athens, Thessaloniki, Larnaca, Zadar, Dubrovnik and Split.
November 25th, 2006
Germanwings have put flights on sale until the end of October 2007. This includes a number of new routes from their Stuttgart, Cologne-Bonn, Berlin (Schoenefeld) and Hamburg (Fuhlsbuettel) bases. Flights begin from the end of March.
From Cologne-Bonn they will begin flying to Alghero (Sardinia), Zadar (Croatia), Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Bucharest (Baneasa) (Romania), Sofia (Bulgaria), Bourgas (Bulgaria), Varna (Bulgaria) and Kavala. From Stuttgart they will begin flying to Bastia (Corsica), from Hamburg (Fuhlsbuettel) to Palma and from Berlin (Schoenefeld) to Bourgas (Bulgaria), Verona (Villafranca) (Bulgaria) and Balaton (Hungary).