Croatia Airlines is expanding its destination network for the third year in a row with three new routes to Munich, Copenhagen and Dublin and increasing the number of weekly flights on existing routes.Croatia Airlines is expanding its network of European destinations this tourist season as well, which will enable passengers an even better choice and organization of travel.For the first time in the company’s history, regular international flights are being introduced Zagreb – Dublin, which will be held from May 3 to October 28, 2017. perform twice a week, on Thursdays and Sundays. The seasonal line is also a novelty Dubrovnik – Munich on which it will fly from April 30 five times a week – Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays.Among the news is the line Split – Copenhagen on which Croatia Airlines aircraft will fly on Saturdays, from May 5 to October 20 this year.The number of weekly flights on existing routes is increasingIn addition to the new routes, this year’s summer flight schedule also increases the number of weekly flights on individual routes. Thus, as of May 4, four additional afternoon flights on the line will be introduced Zagreb – Skopje, which is an additional benefit for transfer passengers who travel to Skopje via European transport hubs (Amsterdam, Brussels, Copenhagen, Frankfurt and others) via Zagreb. Several weekly flights will also be operated on the route Zagreb – Dubrovnik – Rome on which, in addition to the previous flights on Saturdays and Sundays, an additional flight will be introduced on Wednesdays in early May.Photo: Zagreb International AirportCroatia Airlines aircraft will continue to fly to all eight European destinations, ie on all seasonal routes introduced during 2016 and 2017 – from Zagreb to Stockholm, Oslo, Helsinki, Bucharest, Lisbon, Milan, Prague and St. Petersburg. The number of weekly flights to Sankt peterburg, in addition to flights on Thursdays and Sundays, increases by an additional flight on Tuesdays. They stand out from Croatia Airlines. During this year’s summer flight schedule, seasonal flights are reintroduced to many attractive European destinations, such as Athens, Barcelona, Lisbon, Venice and the second, and at the same time the rush in domestic regular traffic is increasing.”Croatia Airlines planes will fly directly to 39 destinations in 23 European countries in regular passenger traffic this season, connecting the capital Zagreb with five Croatian airports..Due to the expansion of the destination network and the increase in the number of flights, the company will lease two CRJ1000 aircraft with 100 seats from Air Nostrum for the upcoming tourist season, as well as last year, which will complement the existing fleet of six Airbus aircraft (four A319 and two A320) and six aircraft. Dash 8-Q400. ”They conclude from Croatia Airlines.By the way, the Croatian national airline transported a record 2017 passengers in 2,124.528, or 10 percent more than the year before, and the continuation of the positive trend in passenger traffic is expected this year as well.
Kevin Durant free agency: Star signing with Nets weeks after potential career-changing injury Given Nikola Jokic agreed to a five-year max contract worth $148 million last offseason, both Murray and the Serbian big man will be under contract through at least 2022.Murray, 22, was selected seventh overall by Denver in 2016. He’s coming off the best season of his career so far after averaging 18.2 points, 4.8 assists, and 4.2 rebounds on 43.7 percent from the field and 36.7 percent from beyond the arc in 32.6 minutes per game. D’Angelo Russell free agency rumors: Warriors unexpectedly acquire guard in sign-and-trade with Nets Klay Thompson free agency rumors: Warriors, star agree to 5-year, $190M max contract Denver has locked up Jamal Murray.The Nuggets signed the fourth-year guard to a five-year maximum contract extension, the team announced. Murray’s agent, Mike George, told The Athletic the deal is worth $170 million This will make Jamal Murray the highest paid Canadian athlete ever ($170M/5 years), topping the $148M/5-year deal that Andrew Wiggins signed in 2017. https://t.co/cXCMQQCEbg— Josh Lewenberg (@JLew1050) July 1, 2019Murray was set to become a restricted free agent next summer and is scheduled to make about $4.4 million in 2019-20. He is the latest John Calipari-coached player to cash in on a major payday after Derrick Rose, John Wall, Anthony Davis, Karl-Anthony Towns and Devin Booker also inked contracts worth more than $100 million. Related News FOR THE LONG HAULWe’ve signed Jamal Murray to a five-year contract extension. ✍️#MileHighBasketball pic.twitter.com/xKQnqIqzxE— Denver Nuggets (@nuggets) July 24, 2019According to TSN, the deal makes Murray the highest-paid Canadian athlete ever.