Bachelorette Clare Crawley, Dale Moss’ Relationship Timeline

first_imgWhen you know, you know! Season 16 of The Bachelorette is like no other. From the moment Clare Crawley met Dale Moss on night one of the ABC dating show, things were different.“It was breathtaking. It was one of those moments where you don’t know it until you experience it, what exactly that feeling is,” the hairstylist exclusively told Us Weekly ahead of the premiere. “I still can’t put it into words what that feeling is though. It was when your body has that kind of, like, a goosebumpy reaction to things; it just takes your breath away.”- Advertisement – “My question would be to the people that are saying that — to the people that question it — what exactly is the formula for falling in love?” she asked during Us‘ interview. “Is there one way to do it? Is there one example of this is how it’s done?”Scroll through the gallery below to see a timeline of Dale and Clare’s relationship — from night one to now. Us confirmed that the Bachelor in Paradise alum exited the show after finding love in less than two weeks. However, she stands by the fact that she and Dale did not talk ahead of her season. (Her cast was announced months before filming began as the coronavirus pandemic delayed production.)“There was never a moment where I was going to reach out or I wanted to reach out [to the contestants] because I knew that this was going to happen eventually where I was going to get the chance to meet these guys,” she told Us. “I didn’t want to kind of prejudge anybody and shoot myself in the foot by having these conversations and putting that at risk. ‘Cause it’s like, you only really know when you meet them in person and it can actually be around their pheromones to see them in person to know, do we have that connection? So if I was to start something up with a guy beforehand, it would just be doing myself a disservice … I’d be putting it all on the line for that? I mean, that makes no sense to me.”- Advertisement – – Advertisement – However, the journey for the duo hasn’t been an easy one. After connecting on night one, she fell hard — and the other suitors were not happy.“She doesn’t really care about anybody else or giving anyone else a fair shake, besides Dale,” contestant Kenny Braasch said to the other men during the October 27 episode of the show. “If you want to go be with Dale, go be with him now and we’ll all go home. If you’ve already got a boyfriend, what am I doing here?”Clare, for her part, knows that there’s going to be critics who wonder how she could fall so quickly — but she’s not worried about them.- Advertisement –last_img read more

US election: Joe Biden vows to ‘unify’ country in victory speech

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Greg Clarke resigns: Is this an opportunity for the FA? | Football News

first_img England U21 forward Eberechi Eze says Greg Clarke must feel ‘terrible’ having resigned as FA chairman after referring to BAME footballers as ‘coloured’ Greg Clarke resigned as FA chairman after making offensive comments before the DCMS committeeImage:Clarke apologised for his comments before announcing later he had resigned from his position The FA Board, which includes EFL Chair Rick Parry, will identify and appoint “in due course.”Actions will speak louder than any words on a slick PowerPoint presentation.In October, the FA launched its new Football Leadership Diversity Code “to drive diversity and inclusion across English football”.In the FA’s own words, “the aim is to move away from recruitment practises focused on personal networks”.From Bert Millichip in 1981, Keith Wiseman, Geoff Thompson, Lord Triesman, David Bernstein, Greg Dyke and Greg Clarke, the position of FA Chair has traditionally been held by white, middle-aged, men.By the end of 2020, is this an unexpected opportunity to make a more diverse and inclusive appointment in a position of power and authority? Eberechi Eze in action for England's U21s The FA’s Diversity Code says hiring “will be based on merit, to find the best person for the job from diverse talent pipelines”.A key question – will the shortlist for Clarke’s top job reflect, and represent, wider society?Kick It Out: Clarke resignation ‘the only possible outcome’ England logo on big screen at Wembley Tyrone Mings reacts to Greg Clarke’s resignation as FA chairman and says all he is looking for in his successor is someone who can provide equal opportunities 0:48 preview image – Advertisement – Greg Clarke’s sudden resignation from the Football Association comes during a global crisis.On Tuesday, Clarke apologised and resigned as FA chairman in the wake of referring to BAME footballers as “coloured” while giving evidence to MPs.- Advertisement – 0:40 Clarke has spoken highly of the ‘excellent’ executive leadership led by Mark Bullingham, the FA’s chief executive, and in the short term, the role of FA Chair is in the experienced hands of Peter McCormick.The new interim chair, a solicitor, has been on the FA Board since 2015 and he was acting chairman of the Premier League for 15 months after the sudden illness of Anthony Fry.McCormick chairs tribunals and appeals for the Premier League, FA and PGMOL – the body in charge of match officials – and he was awarded an OBE for services to charity earlier this year.But what is the FA’s long-term ambition for one of the game’s most influential positions? Greg Clarke Former England forward Lianne Sanderson says the lack of diversity around former FA chairman Greg Clarke contributed to him losing his job 0:26 In the midst of a deadly pandemic, with the game losing £100m per month, the FA needs stable leadership more than ever.Clarke told Sky Sports News he will “move back to the business world” and has remarked on his deep appreciation for the “great people I’ve worked with”, but he will remain in his post as one of the most powerful officials in world football until February.Clarke’s resignation as a FIFA vice-president, on the all-ruling FIFA Council, has been delayed, he says, to protect UEFA’s voting rights until a replacement is appointed at a meeting in three months’ time.The governing body of English football has the final say on the game. From its ‘special share’ in the Premier League to grassroots and everything in between. Clarke used the phrase when answering a question around the difficulty of gay players in the men’s game coming out because of social media backlash during a Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee meeting on Tuesday. Kick It Out chairman Sanjay Bhandari says the FA must select a chairman that ‘represents the values of modern society’, following Greg Clarke’s resignation 2:23 Kick It Out head of development Troy Townsend says ‘football would have failed’ if Greg Clarke had kept his job Kick It Out chair Sanjay Bhandari felt Clarke’s comments had been “staggering” and welcomed the swift action taken by the FA.He told Sky Sports News: “We are not just talking about anybody here, we are talking about the leader of our national game on a really major strategic issue for the FA, which is driving greater diversity and inclusion, making everyone feel they belong in the game.“These were archaic attitudes which were really revealing themselves in comment after comment – a well-briefed chair or CEO would know exactly how to navigate that.“It is not as if this is the first time, there have been previous incidents – like referring to institutional racism as ‘fluff’.“What it shows is there is an attitude underlying which is really not the right attitude to be leading the English game.”Mings: No shame in admitting we have a very long way to go 0:44 – Advertisement – – Advertisement – Aston Villa defender Tyrone Mings was asked to comment on reports Clarke was set to quit, which were later confirmed by the FA, while speaking at an England news conference.The defender said: “I will reiterate my point that we do still have a very, very long way to go, and there is no shame in that.“There is no shame in knowing we can all improve, there is no shame in knowing we all have to have uncomfortable conversations, because whilst it does not affect large proportions of society or the community, it does affect some segments of it.“Football is such a diverse community that we have to be aware of what is appropriate for one another and we have to be careful and mindful of the terminology which we use.“I won’t comment too much on that, but I am sure there will be other people around the country who are angry as well.” FA Chairman Greg Clarke takes his seat for the English FA Cup fourth round football match between Chelsea and Newcastle United at Stamford Bridge in London on January 28, 2018.last_img read more

The Sava River in Zagreb is becoming an open stage for creative industries

first_imgAt the end of the Sava Bridge tram turnoff, works on cleaning and maintenance of areas in the inundation zone of the Sava River have begun, which in itself is of course no news, but as the works unofficially mark the beginning of the Sava bank, ie the Sava project activity, the Sava returns to Zagreb. Sava, this is certainly one of the great things that will completely change Zagreb for the better.The City of Zagreb will soon lease the seven-kilometer-long Zagreb banks of the Sava on both sides of the river from Hrvatske vode, in order to revive an area neglected for more than half a century, with the aim of returning citizens to the Sava and urban revitalization of Zagreb’s banks. The project “Activities on the Sava” will set up temporary facilities at five locations, including multi-purpose pavilions, sunbathing areas and swimming pools. In addition to increasing the quality of life, Zagreb will get a new training ground and an open stage for the music, cultural, urban, tourist and all other creative industries.The newly renovated locations will offer citizens sports-recreational, cultural-entertaining and catering facilities. From hiking and biking trails, outdoor stages, cinemas, artificial topographies, lookouts, sports fields, sand-filled beaches and a number of prefabricated buildings that will be dismantled within 24 hours, if necessary, when the Sava water level rises. “At five locations on both banks of the Sava, temporary prefabricated facilities will be located, including a film screening system, multipurpose pavilions, sunbathing areas and swimming pools. When designing such an urban landscape of the city, we respect the green belt of inundation, but we also take care of the modern needs of the citizens. Interconnected public spaces are put into the function of multipurpose use of different social groups. Citizens will be able to use the arranged spaces along the Sava this summer”, Announced Sanja Jerković, head of the City Office for Strategic Planning and Development of the City.The competition for this project was announced as part of the city project “Activities on the Sava” which ended in 2015, and the work “Swamp On the River” by Carlos Zarc, Sara Palomar and Jose Luis Hidalgo from Spain and Zuhal Kola from Turkey was selected. The amount of 20 million kuna was provided from the city budget, but the City expects that a part of the money will be able to “withdraw” from EU funds. The realization of this project is planned for 2018.See more about the whole project on the official website openact architecture&lt;/p&gt;<br />
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Marija Šćulac Domac, Croatian Chamber of Commerce: Today’s hotel guest is looking for an experience of value-added accommodation with a reduced ecological footprint

first_imgThe latest trends in “green tourism” in the hotel industry, ways it contributes to attracting and retaining tourists and the role and benefits of energy efficiency measures and environmental certificates were the topic of yesterday’s conference “Green hotels – new standards of safety, comfort and health”, held at the Croatian Chamber of Commerce , which was attended by representatives of hotels, designers, investors and representatives of professional associations. In the introductory part, the organizers presented the solutions for the renovation, noting the importance of deep energy renovation and short deadlines for return on investment. The current Call for Financing Energy Efficiency Measures and the Use of Renewable Energy Sources of the Ministry of Environmental Protection and Energy was also presented, as well as the available ways of certifying “green hotels”. One of the important instruments of environmental protection that clearly communicates such compliance with high environmental standards is the EU Ecolabel. There are currently 681 such hotels and camps in Europe, but there is no accommodation capacity with this label in Croatia yet. “On the one hand, such trends are a consequence of the state of the environment and resources on a global level and the growing awareness of companies to truly be part of the local community in which they operate. On the other hand, especially in the case of tourism, it is about awareness of a new type of consumer. Today’s hotel guest has higher requirements and different priorities. For his money, he seeks the experience of value-added accommodation with a reduced environmental footprint, “Said the director of the Sector for Energy and Environmental Protection of the Croatian Chamber of Commerce, Marija Šćulac Domac.”Sustainable tourism in practice is making a profit while protecting heritage and caring for the common good, especially in the context of the local community. This also means that the environmental responsibility of service providers contributes to the desirability of the destination in the eyes of tourists. Unfortunately, in Croatia we are lagging behind these trends, which have been present in other countries for some time,”Said Hrvoje Carić from the Institute of Tourism, at the beginning of the second part of the conference program presenting the challenges of sustainable (green) tourism, adding that in terms of sustainability quality assurance systems have stronger credibility in the market systems and certificates with independent verification. “With this conference, we pointed out the importance of developing awareness of environmental protection and the development of green tourism focused on people and nature. Energy efficiency in the background of these guidelines accelerates the achievement of green goals because the application of energy efficiency measures, supported by EU subsidies, affects hotel tourism in two ways: we reduce energy consumption, but also significantly increase hotel profitability in pre-season and post-season when we need it most . These measures increase the safety, health and comfort of guests in the hotel., “Said Kemal Lojo from Danfoss doo”It is important to point out that green building is a much broader concept than energy efficiency – it includes the use of sustainable materials and awareness of the impact of infrastructure on human health. All this must be taken into account equally during the construction, maintenance or renovation of the facility”, Said Dean Smolar from the Croatian Council for Green Building.Related news: ABOUT 50 HOTELS IN THE “GREEN” HOTEL PROJECT – SUSTAINABLE HOTEL & SPA BY UPUHHlast_img read more

Uniline brought representatives of Georgian travel agencies and media to Croatia

first_imgUniline, the leading Croatian tour operator, is systematically expanding its business to new emitting markets and is now on the Georgian market as well. For this purpose, a study trip was organized for the first time for Georgian travel agents and Georgian media.Thus, about eighty representatives of leading Georgian tour operators, travel agencies and their partners and the Georgian media, for the first time, toured Croatia in the organization of Uniline, arriving on a special charter flight to tour Dubrovnik and its surroundings.The aim of the organized study tour was to get acquainted on the spot with the offer of Croatian tourism, especially historical and cultural sights and accommodation facilities. “OThis tour is the result of systematic Uniline efforts to gradually open the Georgian tourism market in both directions as one of the new destinations where we are expanding our presence and bringing Croatian tourism closer to Georgian travel agencies and their partners, who are able to get to know Croatia step by step. tourist trump cards. We are on the right track and a more significant arrival of Georgian guests is expected soon, which, among other things, opens new opportunities for Croatian tourism for further growth.” said Sandra Gobin, a member of the board of Uniline and director of the sales and production sector.The visit and the tour took place in two parts. The first is designed for the Georgian tourist sales network, and the second for the representatives of the Georgian media and the management structure of tour operators and their business partners.The publication of the first extensive reports and information about Croatia on Georgian television stations, in the press and on social media will follow from July 9 this year onwards.last_img read more

Romana Lekić, Edward Bernays High School: Interpretation of cultural heritage is an extremely important segment of the tourist offer

first_imgEducation “Interpreters of Croatian traditional culture” As part of the second and third modules that will be realized during the next year, participants will learn through interactive teaching and practical part forms of interpretation through the folklore segment of dance, music and costumes, and be placed in the role of producer by creating cultural and tourist offer of their region. in line with new trends such as performance, the economy of experience and storytelling. When asked how important such educations and workshops are for the development of cultural tourism, but also the entire tourist offer, Dr. sc. Romana Lekić, Assistant Dean for Tourism Studies at Edward Bernays College of Communication Management in Zagreb, said that “extremely important, originally because they were made to measure.“Edward Bernays High School is currently collaborating with several other counties, including Međimurje and Varaždin. “We connect the destination through education in a very deep and effective way. In particular, we are now connecting Moslavina and Banovina, which, although actually a tourist destination, is spatially and historically separated. That is why we find a common language through education and help local sections, such as cultural and artistic societies, public colleges, tourist guides and agencies, and hotels. Also, in my opinion, perhaps the greatest value of such programs is connecting with the creative industry, which until recently was only in the background.She added. The first module is introductory and deals with the recognition and protection of traditional culture. Attendees were introduced to cultural and creative tourism and new trends in tourism. Teams have also been formed, which will work together to create a creative platform for the revitalization and reinterpretation of traditional heritage that has so far not been sufficiently recognized as an attractive resource. Lekić emphasizes that tourist attractions are divided into latent, potential and real. “Our challenge is to bring the latent and potential to the level of tourist usability. Even the most beautiful archeological site, if it does not have the basic preconditions to be a tourist attraction, means nothing to tourism.”, She explained and added that”training ‘Interpreters of Croatian traditional culture’ lasts 120 hours and includes three modules. The first module is introductory, the second is working, and the third module synthesizes all this and gives purpose and goal to interpretation.” The aim of the education is to learn how to use a sustainable model for communication and interpretation of traditional heritage in cultural tourism through the creative use of new technologies in the function of creating experiences and interpretation of heritage in a tourist destination.center_img The training contains 3 modules – consists of theoretical and practical part and is performed in collaboration with the Ensemble of Folk Dances and Songs “Lado”, the Institute of Ethnology and Folklore, Ethnographic Museum in Zagreb and the Croatian Chamber of Crafts and Commerce. The Tourist Board of Sisak-Moslavina County in cooperation with the College of Communication Management Edward Bernays from Zagreb organized a training “Interpreters of Croatian traditional culture” which took place on 14, 15, 16 November 2019 and continues on 21, 22. , November 23 for about thirty students from Sisak-Moslavina County. One of the primary goals is to help destinations develop their tourist offer. “In addition to this training, we organize a number of workshops and trainings for hotels, travel agencies, tourist boards and the like. However, we also develop tourism development strategies, action plans and connect destinations through brand communication and help them with our knowledge, techniques and tools.”, Concluded Lekić. Photo: Sisak-Moslavina County Tourist Board; Edward Bernays College of Communication Management in Zagreb; Pag Tourist Boardlast_img read more

Find out how German Railways sold 2 million tickets with a great digital campaign

first_imgPrema podacima Njemačke željeznice, 72% Nijemaca za praznike tijekom ljetnih praznika putuje u inozemstvo. Kako da ih “natjeramo” da putuju unutar Njemačke? After a great example from German Railways through two examples see how  French National Railway (SNCF) tells a story in tourism and how to send a strong message in a different and effective way and get attention in the forest of the same and classic campaigns. So with a special algorithm and automated video ads in collaboration with GettyImages they were able to find similar photos of global destinations, especially those often used on Instagram, and compare them with similar photos from Germany. Then, with skillful play, they showed a comparison of the cheapest price of a plane flight in real time from their location to the travel destinations they are interested in. On the other hand, the pictures compared the price of a train trip to a similar destination in Germany. The big challenge was to bring the whole drip into line with GDPR rules, which they managed to do in direct communication with Facebook. The campaign used the social networks Facebook and Instagram where they tagged people who are interested in travel and who travel often. It is interesting how, thanks to technology and big data data from Facebook, they achieved that everything is automated, and special softwear showed in real time the real cheapest price of the plane’s flight to the mentioned destinations. Thus, as part of the campaign, German Railways used photos of picturesque German locations that are similar or that are mirrored with well-known and popular foreign tourist destinations, and compared destinations with real travel prices. All with the aim of encouraging Germans to vacation in their homeland. During the first 13 days of the campaign, they generated over 750 unique ads, which they targeted to the target group via Instagram and Facebook. Also, through geo-tagging on Google search engine they placed the same video ads updated with prices in real time. Social media is a source of inspiration for travelers, but the ability to fill social media feeds with better quality photos, because the same survey found that 31% of participants believe that posting travel photos is just as important as the vacation itself. The result of the campaign was impressive. According to Ogilvy Germany, the campaign generated nearly 10.000 unique personalized images that resulted in the sale of two million train tickets, or an increase in revenue of as much as 24%. It is interesting how the campaign raised a lot of attention among Germans, because they were surprised by all the beauties they have in their country, and they themselves looked for pictures of landscapes from Germany. HOW TO SELL A STORY AND ENCOURAGE TRAIN TRAVEL? THE FRENCH NATIONAL RAILWAY KNOWS THE RIGHT FORMULA To je bio zadatak postavljen pred marketinšku agenciju Ogilvy Njemačka od strane Njemačke željeznice ( Deutsche Bahn ). Rezultat je bila odlična digitalna kampanja – No Need to Fly – Around the World in Germany. Of course, nothing is accidental. Research on how social media affects tourism, London currency exchange companies WeSwap, found that 37% of the younger population (18 to 34 years old) both social networks directly influence the choice of vacation spot. The target group was young people who want to travel and explore their next trips, and this was the first independent digital campaign of the DB, without the involvement of other media, such as print or billboards. RELATED NEWS: Kao recimo na primjeru Dortumund – Kanada gdje su usporedili slične slike i usporedili cijene. Tako let avionom iz Dortmunda do Canade iznosi 1.400 eura, dok je sličan doživljaj dostupan i u Bavarskoj – i to za samo 19 eura. The psychology behind the whole story is also interesting, namely the campaign provided people with a fun and picturesque vacation that their friends envy, we still live in the Instagram world when we talk about younger audiences, and at the same time allow them to save money and time. ECOLOGY AND SUSTAINABILITY AS A TREND TO BECOME AN IMPERATIVE last_img read more

Cappelli: Guests will not have to wait at the border, but by filling out the web application they will cross the border in advance in a few seconds

first_img/ Recommendations for infection prevention in zoos, national parks and nature parks as part of the gradual easing of COVID-19 restrictive measures The total number of people cured of covid19 was in 2011, and a total of 132 sick patients to date, while 471 people are in self-isolation. Four new patients are from Brod-Posavina County, and one new case each is in Osijek-Baranja and Split-Dalmatia counties.  In the next period, Croatia will have controlled tourism, and by filling out the web application, guests will cross the border in a few seconds, without waiting, Cappelli said. Index.hr Tourism Minister Gary Cappelli was also present at today’s press conference, announcing an additional opening of the borders. / Recommendations for preventing the spread of COVID-19 disease during professional artistic performances, cultural programs and events / Recommendations for activities in the field of air passenger transport during the coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic MIA: Online questionnaire and answers to frequently asked questions about crossing the border INSTRUCTIONS FOR FOREIGN TOURISTS IN ENGLISH / / / MIA ANNOUNCES INFORMATION ON POSSIBILITIES OF ENTRY INTO THE REPUBLIC OF CROATIA At today’s press conference of the National Civil Protection Headquarters, it was announced that we have six new cases of coronavirus infection, and that two people have died. Cappelli je precizirao da te obavijesti uključuju ponašanje u hotelu pri dolasku, beskontaktne rezervacije hotela te odlaske u bazen ili na plažu. ”Turisti koji dolaze ne mogu reći da ne znaju kako se ponašati u Republici Hrvatskoj’‘, dodao je. / Recommendations for swimming in the sea and inland surface waters during the COVID-19 epidemic Opening to Austria, Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Hungary has been announced for the end of May. According to eVisitor, 13 foreign citizens, mostly from Slovenia, entered Croatia by 5336 pm on Friday from midnight.center_img “With third countries, everything depends on an agreement at EU level. We are trying to respect the protocol agreed at the EU level, but also to respect bilateral agreements as we had with Slovenia”, rekao je Cappelli. / Recommendations for the operation of swimming pools and water parks during the COVID-19 epidemic As of Thursday, there is an online questionnaire that further clarifies the conditions for entering the Republic of Croatia, as well as answers to the most common questions. Find out more in the attachment. Cappelli: Guests will not have to wait at the border, but by filling out the web application they will cross the border in advance in a few seconds This is a voluntary application that will enable tourists to meet the conditions in advance and enter the Republic of Croatia. ” Here we will make a redistribution at the border crossings so that those who have registered with the CNIPH through the application can pass without any delay. Once you receive an answer through the application and when you have registered where you will stay in the Republic of Croatia, it is valid as long as this measure is valid “, added the Minister of the Interior and the head of the National Civil Protection Headquarters Davor Božinović. / Recommendations for preventing the spread of COVID-19 disease during tourist entertainer activities and programs The Minister of Tourism emphasized that hotels are reopening, depending on the possibilities and the arrival of tourists, and that for foreign tourists there are already explanations in English for all segments of tourism. ” Guests won’t have to wait at the border, but by filling out the web app they will cross the border in advance in seconds. By May 28, we will have an app based on a platform previously used as a permit. Our first priority is to know what tourists expect when they arrive in Croatia “, said Cappelli. / Recommendation for training, sports and recreational activities in indoor sports facilities Cappelli reported that some tourists who had previously canceled reservations were making reservations again for June and that Germany, in agreement with the ministers of all EU countries, had expressed a desire to allow citizens to come to sea from 15 June. The same date applies to Poland, he added. From midnight to 13 pm, 5366 foreign citizens entered Croatialast_img read more

From August, Eurowings will operate to 6 airports in Croatia

first_imgthe Berlin – Split line is reintroduced, once a week, every Saturday, from August 01st Most lines, as usual, will be from 6 German destinations to Split Airport: The line to Osijek is being reintroduced. The Stuttgart – Osijek line will operate once a week, every Sunday, from August 02nd. line Cologne – Zagreb, instead of the previous three or four flights a week (Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays),line Stuttgart – Zagreb, instead of the previous two, four flights a week (Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays). Unfortunately, Dubrovnik is still not on the list of Eurowings lines. From August, Eurowings will operate to 6 airports in Croatia with 32 weeks of flights from destinations in Germany, Croatian Aviation reports. line Dusseldorf – Rijeka, instead of the current one, will operate twice a week (Saturdays and Sundays),line Stuttgart – Zadar, instead of the previous two, three times a week (Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays). line Dusseldorf – Split, instead of the previous three, five flights a week (Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays, Saturdays twice a day), The lines Dusseldorf – Pula, Hamburg – Rijeka and Cologne – Zadar will continue to operate as in July, with one flight per week. Two already existing lines to Rijeka and Zadar will operate more often than in July:center_img line Cologne – Split, instead of the previous five, four flights a week (Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays), the Hanover – Split line is reintroduced, once a week, every Saturday, from August 01, line Hamburg – Split, instead of the previous two, three flights a week (Tuesdays, Saturdays and Sundays), line Stuttgart – Split, instead of the previous two, four flights a week (Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays), Zagreb Airport will continue to be connected to two destinations, Cologne and Stuttgart, but the number of weekly flights on both routes will increase: Eurowings again in Osijek Source: Croatian Aviationlast_img read more