Eurowings opens a new line Düsseldorf – Zagreb

first_imgThe second largest airline in Croatia is recording excellent results on the Croatian market.In 2017, it had an expansion of 60% on the Croatian market with over 900.000 passengers, flights had a occupancy rate of about 90%, while with a total of 42 routes to Croatia in 2018 it expects to transport over a million passengers to / from Croatia. Encouraged by the excellent results, the inaugural flight at the new destination Zagreb-Düsseldorf, which is the fifth city to which Eurowings operates from Zagreb, was officially launched on Tuesday.In the future, they plan to focus even more on increasing the number of flights and destinations in the winter flight schedule, following the example of the Rijeka-Cologne route. “We are glad that we have introduced the fifth line to Zagreb from Germany and we expect 200.000 passengers in 2018 on these lines. We are proud that Eurowings is the fastest growing airline in Europe and in Croatia. In the coming period, we plan to further increase the number of lines and destinations to Croatia and focus on reducing seasonality in the country.”, Said Ivan Oreč, destination development manager at Eurowings.During the winter and summer flight schedules, Eurowings will connect Düsseldorf and Zagreb three times a week – on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.The Director of the Zagreb Tourist Board, Martina Bienenfeld, believes that the opening of a new Eurowings route on the route Düsseldorf – Zagreb, in addition to existing flights to Berlin, Hamburg, Cologne and Stuttgart and direct connection with Zagreb, creates a unique opportunity to expand the market. the city of Croatia, but also the whole country to visitors from Germany, but also from all over the world. “In this regard, I would like to point out that the Croatian capital, from January to September this year, was visited by 14% (52.302) more guests from Germany who achieved an increase of 11% in overnight stays (94.301). Also, guests from Germany are positioned among the best guests in terms of length of stay in Zagreb and are always at the top of the list of visitors to our citySaid Bienenfeldlast_img read more

Tyler Boyd: Bengals ’embarrassed’ by Steelers in prime time

first_imgBoyd, a Clairton, Pa., native who attended the University of Pittsburgh, had higher hopes for his homecoming than a lowly 33-yard outing in a blowout loss.”At the end of the day, I can take the losing, but when you go out there and get embarrassed, Monday night, prime time. I have too much pride to go out there and showcase what we showcased,” Boyd said, via the Associated Press. Related News Gardner Minshew gets weird nickname from Leonard Fournette; group records ‘Minshew Mania’ video Matt Nagy dodges questions about Roquan Smith’s mysterious absence; status uncertain for Week 5 Not only did the Bengals’ offense struggle to find a rhythm, quarterback Andy Dalton was sacked eight times and took 11 QB hits, both career highs. He finished 21 of 37 for 171 yards and an interception with a 7.2 QBR, his lowest since the 2017 season.”We have to make plays, we have to execute better,” Dalton said. “It’s everywhere and it starts with me. We have to improve what we’ve done to this point because it’s nowhere near the level that we want to play.” Melvin Ingram injury update: Chargers defensive end (hamstring) could miss multiple weeks, report says Tyler Boyd didn’t sugarcoat Cincinnati’s 27-3 blowout loss at Pittsburgh in prime time.”We got embarrassed,” the Bengals receiver told reporters after the game, per ESPN. “Straight like that. It sucks.” Adding insult to injury, first-year coach Zac Taylor became the second first-year coach to drop his first four games with the Bengals.”We didn’t expect to be an 0-4 team, but that’s where we’re at right now,” Taylor said. “There’s no excuses we can make.”The Bengals have a fighting chance to get their first win of the season when they host the 0-3-1 Cardinals in Week 5 action.last_img read more

VisaFree entry for Indian visitors in Philippines

first_imgAs per Foreign Service Circular No. 36-12, Indian nationals may be granted a visa-free entry for an initial stay not exceeding 14 days, provided that they possess the following:> Return or onward ticket to the next country of destination;> A national passport valid at least six months, beyond the contemplated stay;> Either a valid U.S., Japanese, Australian, Canadian, Schengen, Singapore or UK visa or permanent resident permit;> No derogatory record with the Bureau of Immigration (BI), the National Intelligence Coordinating Agency (NICA), and the International Police (Interpol).The 14-day visa-free entry may be extended by an additional seven days or a maximum of 21 day stay. This policy only applies for those entering the Philippines through the following airports – Ninoy Aquino International Airport 1, 2, and 3 in Manila or Clark International Airport, and admission will be non-convertible to other visa categories  (arriving at any other airport will require a visa).last_img read more