November 9, 2021 — For Summer 2021, Brussels Airlines plans to fly to three destinations in Croatia: Zagreb, Split and Dubrovnik. The Belgian national airline flies to more than 100 destinations around the world.
For the 2020 summer flight schedule, which finished at the end of October, Brussels Airlines operated to Split and Dubrovnik.
The Split route began operating at the beginning of July, while Dubrovnik route was available from June 27. Both routes operated on reduced schedules compared to 2019. The company also temporarily canceled the routes to Zagreb and Zadar, and neither operated this Summer.
Brussels Airlines introduced the route to Zagreb in 2015, while the airline launched route to Zadar in Summer 2018. However, they do not currently have plans to connect to Zadar in 2021, according to Croatian Aviation.
Brussels Airlines: No Plans to Fly to Zadar
The Brussels – Zagreb route will operate from March 28 to October 29, 2021. It will connect to the Croatian capital 5 times a week: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday.
- Brussels 13:20 – 15:10 Zagreb
- Zagreb 15:50 – 17:45 Brussels
The seasonal route to Split will launch at the end of April (April 24), while the Brussels – Dubrovnik route begins operating on May 1, 2021.
The return of the Belgian airline to Zagreb next Spring is good news for passengers who wish to continue their journey to several destinations in Europe with this company. Until March 2021, direct flights from Zagreb to Brussels are available with Croatia Airlines, the national airline.
Follow our Travel page to keep track of flight schedule changes and unique Croatia destinations. Check out the Croatian Aviation website here (in Croatian and English). The portal also offers updates on flight schedules, travel restrictions and insight on air travel during COVID-19. Their Facebook page can be found here. For flight schedule updates, check out the Brussels Airlines website here.