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Lufthansa will be flying from Frankfurt to Zadar in Croatia for the first time in Summer 2018


Coastal region is especially popular with tourists due to its natural beauty

Lufthansa is adding another connection to its flights from Frankfurt to tourist destinations in Croatia with the Summer 2018 flight schedule. After Zagreb, Split, Dubrovnik and Pula, the airline will be flying from Frankfurt to Zadar for the first time in 2018, beginning on April 28. Every Saturday and Sunday, an Airbus A319 will take off towards the Croatian coast.

Zadar is located on the central Adriatic coast and in the heart of northern Dalmatia. It is the economic, cultural and political center of the region, with approximately 75.000 inhabitants. Its coast, nearby islands and pristine nature are all very popular with tourists. The archipelago of 24 large and 300 small islands and skerries, three nature parks and five national parks put Zadar and its region among Croatia’s top-ranking tourist destinations.

Return flights to Zadar are already available for booking, with prices starting at 89 euros. Additional information and the option to book Lufthansa flights are available online at or through the Lufthansa Service Center which can be reached at +49 (0) 69 86 799 799 (calls charged at standard landline rates). Flights can also be booked through Lufthansa’s partner travel agencies and at the Lufthansa sales counters at airports.

The new connection at a glance: 

Frankfurt (FRA) – Zadar (ZAD)

twice weekly (Saturday, Sunday, beginning on April 28, 2018)

Saturday FRA 10:15 a.m. – 11:50 a.m. ZAD
Sunday FRA 4:30 p.m. – 6:05 p.m. ZAD

Saturday ZAD 12:35 p.m. – 2:15 p.m. FRA
Sunday ZAD 6:50 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. FRA

Prices: starting at 89 euros, including taxes and fees

Distance: 835 km (451 nautical miles)

Airbus A319

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