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Nordwind Airlines announces three new routes to Croatia
Written by Jan Kotek.
Russian air carrier Nordwind Airlines (N4/NWS) announced a new route from Moscow (Sheremetyevo Airport) to Zagreb earlier in March this year. This route used to start with flight operations on March 19th once a week on Fridays, with Embraer ERJ-190 from the fleet of partner air carrier Pegas Fly (EO/KAR). However, this route was postponed indefinitely. Now it is in offer again from April 30th with additional second flight a week, on Mondays. Monday flights are offered from May 10th with a larger Boeing 737-800 (in the picture) from Nordwind's fleet.
In meantime this Russian air carrier has announced additional two routes to Croatia. New Moscow - Pula route is offered with one flight a week, on Wednesdays already from April 28th. The second new route is Moscow - Dubrovnik, also with one flight a week, on Thursdays, but from June 3rd. Both two additional new routes are operated from Sheremetyevo Airport with a Boeing 737-800. Nordwind Airlines has never operated any regular flight operations to Croatia until now.