direct from Toronto and Montreal to Zagreb
- Septemebr 2016
Canadian leisure airline Air Transat will launch one weekly seasonal
flights between Toronto and Zagreb next summer season, commencing
on June 14, 2016. The news comes just several days after SkyGreece
Airlines suspended the same route following financial problems.
The Canadian airline will operate flights to the Croatian capital
with a 345-seat Airbus A330-200 aircraft. Debbie Cabana, Air Transat's
Marketing Director, told EX-YU Aviation News that the airline
will officially announce its new service to Zagreb in the coming
days when it will put tickets on sale through its website. However,
tickets can already be purchased through other booking engines.
Air Transat's Toronto - Zagreb service will have a similar schedule
to that of SkyGreece and will operate on the same days, departing
Canada's largest city each Tuesday and performing its return service
Economy class cabin on Air Transat's A330-200
A330-200 jet, which will be used on services to Zagreb, features
a two cabin layout, with twelve seats in business class (Club
Class) and a further 333 in economy. The airline rolled out a
new interior in 2012, offering a 2-2-2 layout in Club Class and
3-3-3 seating in economy. Furthermore, all seats feature personal
entertainment systems with a selection of movies, TV programs
and music, as well as in-built USB ports for recharging tablets,
cell phones and other devices and additional ports in Club Class
for recharging laptops. In January, Zagreb Airport said it was
in discussion with two airlines to launch flights from Toronto.
In 2014 some 80.000 Canadians holidayed in Croatia, an increase
of 19% compared to the year before. It is expected Air Transat's
new service will be used by both holidaymakers and those visiting
family and friends in Croatia and vice versa. Further flight details
can be found here.
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