Flybe, Europe’s largest regional airline, has secured a new interline agreement with Croatia Airlines which gives the travel trade the benefit of connecting customers to and from the Zagreb-based airline’s many European destinations via London Heathrow, Amsterdam Schiphol and Paris Charles de Gaulle airports.
This is Flybe’s latest interline deal that adds to its fast-growing list of new partnerships that in the past few months has also included Turkish Airlines, Thai Airways, Widerøe, Lot and Air Serbia.
Alan Tune, Flybe’s Director of Sales, Alliances and Strategic Partnerships comments: “We continue to increase our wide range of interline arrangements enabling our travel trade partners to issue more tickets to an even greater number of destination options. It demonstrates our determination to expanding and strengthening our connecting route network. It also means that Flybe is now bookable virtually worldwide, exposing the Flybe brand and product to a truly global audience.
“For our regional customers, interline travel booked through a travel agent gives them the opportunity to enjoy the ease of travelling on an interline ticket with their bags being checked through to the final destination. It makes their transit through a Flybe hub airport a really convenient experience.”