Emi­rates’ com­mit­ment to Croa­tia

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The new route in Croa­tia is an im­por­tant one for Emi­rates as it strength­ens the air­line’s Euro­pean foot­print and tap into a new part of the con­ti­nent – the south east­ern part with Za­greb cen­trally lo­ca­tion at the cross­roads of Cen­tral Europe, the Mediter­ranean and the Balkans. “With Emi­rates’ di­rect flights, Croa­tia will not only be­come the cen­tre of South East Europe in con­nec­tion with the Mid­dle East but will also con­nect other coun­tries like In­dia, Aus­tralia, New Zealand, South Korea, Ja­pan, Tai­wan,” says Essa Su­laiman Ah­mad, VP In­dia & Nepal, Emi­rates.

The ser­vice to Za­greb, Croa­tia, is op­er­ated by an Emi­rates Boe­ing 777-300ER with a three-class cabin con­fig­u­ra­tion, of­fer­ing eight pri­vate suites in First Class, fea­tur­ing au­to­mated slid­ing doors for pri­vacy, per­sonal mini-bar and fully in­clined seats, 42 lie flat seats in Busi­ness Class and 310 spa­cious seats in Econ­omy. “Za­greb is an ideal desti­na­tion for tourism, leisure and Busi­ness. A very walk­a­ble city, both the up­per and lower parts of the town of­fer vis­i­tors an in­sight into the past, with the 19th cen­tury style of ar­chi­tec­ture prom­i­nent across the cap­i­tal. Tourists can also en­joy the parks, or visit one of the many the­atres, mu­se­ums and art gal­leries dot­ted around the city,” adds Ah­mad. This route has proven to be re­ally pop­u­lar for In­dian pas­sen­gers whether it was leisure, busi­ness, hon­ey­moon or MICE travel.

Essa Su­laiman Ah­mad VP In­dia & Nepal Emi­rates

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