Fly Air41 is a Croatian airline that flies scheduled passenger flights to popular holiday and leisure destinations. Although it's mainly based in Croatia, at Zagreb Franjo Tudman (ZAG), the airline has secondary bases in Germany too.
The airline is a sister airline to Sundair and often flies using a Sundair branded plane.
Fly Air41 launched in 2021. Other than scheduled passenger flights, the airline also operates charter flights for Sundair too.
The destinations that the airline flies changes quite frequently based on demand. But it usually flies to destinations within the Mediterranean, the Red Sea and the Canary Island, as well as some German cities.
Below are some of the destinations that the airline flies to all year round.
Anyone who flies with Fly Air41 is entitled to both a free carry-on and free checked baggage allowance. The allowances are as follows.
You're given a free carry-on baggage allowance of 1 piece per person.
This bag must fit within the dimensions of 55 cm (21.6") x 40 cm (15.7") x 20 (7.8") cm and must weigh no more than 6kg.
You're given a free checked baggage allowance of 1 piece per person.
This bag doesn't have a size restriction (as long as not unreasonably large) but cannot weigh more than 20kg.
*Baggage allowances are shown as a guide and may differ depending on your exact flight. The exact baggage allowance for your flight will be displayed on your e-ticket and shown to you at the time of booking with Alternative Airlines
Fly Air41 flies with just one cabin class — Economy Class.
Economy Class is a simple but well-maintained cabin that is perfect if you like to fly without all the fuss. Although the service offered is straight forward and without many added extras, the airline's cabin crew will always make you feel welcome and looked after for the duration of your flight.
Seats are set out in a 3 x 3 formation.
Unfortunately, the airline doesn't offer online check-in for any of its flights.
To check-in for your Fly Air41 flight, you must check-in at the airport of departure.
You can do this by visiting the dedicated airline check-in desk, where a check-in agent will ask for your travel documents and assist you through the check-in process.
The airline doesn't have a frequent flyer program.
Fly Air41 uses a fleet of Airbus planes. It uses both the A319 and A320. Some of its planes are leased from Sundair and have the logo and branding of Sundair.
Zagreb Franjo Tudman Airport (ZAG) is the main airport in Croatia and the hub for Fly Air41. The airline has used the hu since it launched flights in 2021. It connects Zagreb with various leisure destinations across Europe but with a particular focus on connecting Zagreb with destinations in Germany. The airport itself has just 1 runway and 1 terminal building.
Other than Fly Air41, Croatia Airlines and Trade Air both use the airport as a main hub, while Ryanair use the airport as one of its many secondary hubs.
Eurowings is the top choice for an alternative to Fly Air41, as it flies some of the same routes. Lufthansa, Croatia Airlines and Ryanair are all good alternatives to as they fly similar routes, connecting Croatia with Germany.
No. Fly Air41 and Sundair are not the same airline. But, they're sister airlines that are owned by the same people. On top of this, Fly Air41 operates flight on behalf of Sundair a lot of the time, plus it also uses Sundair branded planes.
This means that you could book a flight on Fly Air41 and fly in a Sundair-branded plane on the day of your flight.
We don't show all destinations that Fly Air41 flies to because their schedule changes very frequently. The airline mainly connects Zagreb with destinations in Germany but also flies to popular leisure destinations in the Mediterranean, the Red Sea and to the Canary Islands.