Croatia Airlines presents a new visual identity

Celebrating 35 years with the reconstruction of the fleet

This summer, Croatia Airlines connects Zagreb with 18 international destinations as it marks its 35th anniversary with a major project – the reconstruction of the entire fleet and a new visual identity design.

In 35 years of operating and providing transportation services, Croatia Airlines connects Croatian cities with major European destinations, cooperating with airline partners and the entire world. New routes have been introduced this summer, connecting Zagreb with Stockholm, Berlin and Tirana. Croatia Airlines airplanes connect Zagreb with 18 international destinations altogether: Amsterdam, Athens (via Dubrovnik), Barcelona, Vienna, Berlin, Bruxelles, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, London (Heathrow), Mostar, München, Paris, Rome (via Split and Dubrovnik), Sarajevo, Skopje, Stockholm, Tirana and Zürich.

Throughout the tourist season, Croatia Airlines aims to connect Croatia with 28 international destinations, that is 29 European airports, while the airplanes fly on 50 international routes. In total, 17,200 flights have been planned, offering almost 2 million seats.

As we expect the delivery of the first airplane A220 in July this year, the start of the biggest project in the history of the company – the reconstruction of the entire fleet, the Croatian national airline presented a refreshed visual identity of the company and its airplanes.

With the new visual identity and with an even bigger focus on the passengers and targeted audience, Croatia Airlines continues promoting the values of the company accordingly. The redesigned logo, as well as the new airplane appearance additionally highlights the main notes: quality, safety, comfort while travelling and hospitality, as the logo design matches the airplane tail that the company became known for. In addition, the sign and the logo are compositionally balanced with the logo of the Star Alliance, which Croatia Airlines is a member of. Modern design, in which the squares in the logo are positioned in a way that you can easily recognize the airplane tail, conveys a clear message.

After the arrival of the first airplane in July, the second airplane is expected by the end of 2024, while the next six airplanes should be delivered in 2025, four airplanes in 2026 and three in 2027. This will bring the total Croatia Airlines fleet to 15 new A220 airplanes. They will be significantly quieter. Passengers will also enjoy more comfortable cabins with wider seats, larger windows, bigger space for luggage and fast Wi-Fi.

This is the biggest project in the history of the company that will enable further development and successful and sustainable business in the future. It also confirms Croatia Airlines as a strategically important part of the Croatian transport and tourist infrastructure.

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