The arrival of the new airline Air Canada Rouge on the Toronto-Zagreb-Toronto route was marked with a traditional water greeting at the Franjo Tuđman Airport.Air Canada last flew in Croatia in the summer of 1991, and with its re-arrival it will enrich Zagreb and Zagreb Airport with another intercontinental flight. Air Canada Rouge spokeswoman Carolyn Hadrovic, who arrived by plane from Toronto, expressed satisfaction with the welcome in Zagreb and the cooperation with the Zagreb airport team, and expressed confidence that this flight will contribute to further rapprochement between Croatia and Canada and strengthen economic and tourist ties. and Croatia traditionally nurture.On behalf of the Embassy of Canada, Daniel Zaharychuk, Program Manager of the Foreign Policy and Diplomacy Service of the Embassy of Canada, addressed the audience, noting that this year marks the 25th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Canada and Croatia. Toronto will, among other things, be a powerful generator of economic and tourist arrivals, of which there were more than 150.000 last year.Air Canada Rouge is the largest Canadian airline with a fleet of over 400 aircraft operating to more than 350 destinations in Canada and the world. The airline’s home airport is in Toronto, an airport with nearly 50 million passengers and the largest hub of international passengers in North America. Air Canada Rouge will fly to Zagreb with Boeing 767-300 aircraft, and the flight will last 9 hours and 25 minutes.
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