Flying into Croatia just got easier: Air border controls dropped for Schengen zone countries

Croatia has dropped its air border controls for travel to and from Schengen Area countries.

After joining Europe’s passport-free travel zone at the start of this year, the country’s internal land and sea borders were abolished on 1 January 2023. However, its air borders remained in place until 26 March.

Now, passengers flying between Croatia other countries within the borderless travel zone will be treated the same as the country’s domestic travellers.

When did Croatia join the Schengen Area?

In December 2022, EU countries voted on whether or not to admit Croatia, Bulgaria and Romania into the so-called Schengen zone – a pact between countries to abolish border checks for those travelling between

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