In December, Zadar Airport marked the arrival of the 600,000th passenger this year, which is a new absolute record in passenger traffic, and according to the announcements, next year will be even more successful.From next season, Zadar and Madrid will be connected for the first time by a busy line, reports from Zadar Airport.Namely, Iberia Express announced a new route to Zadar in its summer flight schedule. The new line will be in operation from July 2 to October 31, 2019, on Tuesdays and Saturdays. By the way, Iberia Express is a low-cost subsidiary of the Spanish national airline Iberia, and tickets on the Zadar-Madrid route will be on sale as part of a code-share cooperation between the two companies.New line from Stuttgart to Zadar Austrian airline Laudamotion has announced a new route from Stuttgart to Zadar in its summer flight schedule for the 2019 season.The line will start operating on March 31 next year. Airbus (A320) aircraft will fly to Zadar three times a week on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Sundays. By the way, Laudamotion is a new carrier owned by the famous motorist Niki Lauda, which started operating in the spring of this year. The entire sales and reservation system is tied to the Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair.Apart from Zadar, Laudamotion will fly from Stuttgart to Pula and Split from next season.OVERVIEW OF DIRECT AIR CONNECTION OF CROATIA – WINTERThe Market Research and Strategic Planning Department of the Croatian National Tourist Board regularly twice a year reviews the direct flights and direct air connections of Croatian airports with 12 major emitting markets.The overview of direct flights will be regularly updated with information on newly established flights when they become available, which is crucial to know how to plan well and organize targeted tourism programs and activities for our emitting markets. Of course, as the time of fairs and b2b meetings has just started with the recently concluded WTM fair in London, we can certainly expect changes, ie the addition of new lines.Attachment: OVERVIEW OF DIRECT AIR CONNECTION OF CROATIA – WINTER
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Mourinho, who is most likely to face a fine rather than a ban, went to sit with the fans, making the day of those he sat next to, but his own frustration was clear. Speaking prior to the FA’s announcement, Mourinho kept his counsel on his sending-off, but was scathing of Cardiff, who he believed to be time-wasting. Eden Hazard scored the controversial equaliser after Samuel Eto’o dispossessed Cardiff’s David Marshall as the goalkeeper bounced the ball, contrary to FIFA rules. That brought lengthy complaints from the Welsh club, but Mourinho had little sympathy. Mourinho said: “If I was in that game and I was paying my ticket, I would be worried with the fact that every time the ball was out or stopped and our opponent had to put the ball back in the game, it took a median (average) of 21.5 seconds. That is a waste of money. “When you multiply that by the number of times the game was stopped, you pay for 90 minutes but you see 55 or 60. “For me, that’s breaking the rules.” Mourinho insisted Eto’o’s interception was an “intelligent action” and that Marshall’s actions were a warning to aspiring goalkeepers, including his own son. The Portuguese added: “When I arrived home the first thing I told my kids who like to play goalkeeper: ‘See the goal and don’t be silly’. And he’s 12.” Mourinho disagreed with FIFA’s law 12, governing the incident, which states “the goalkeeper is considered to be in possession of the ball while in the act of bouncing it on the ground or tossing it into the air”. He added: “If, in this moment, FIFA says that it’s a foul, it’s a foul. “But I think Samuel did well. Maybe the referee did wrong. “In my opinion, that should be allowed as it was for years. No contact with the goalkeeper. “The goalkeeper has six seconds to have the ball. They had almost half a minute. That’s breaking the rules.” The Chelsea boss was charged on the eve of his side’s potentially decisive Champions League Group E clash at Schalke and given until 6pm on Thursday to respond. There were a number of controversial incidents in the game, none more so than Chelsea’s disputed equaliser, and Mourinho was sent to the stands by referee Anthony Taylor midway through the second half. Press Association Jose Mourinho is considering his response to the Football Association’s charge of improper conduct following his dismissal during last Saturday’s 4-1 win over Cardiff.