Aer Lingus Split and Dubrovnik Flights Offered this Summer, Pula without Connection

Daniela Rogulj

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This year, the Irish airline Aer Lingus is operating to only two Croatian airports, Dubrovnik and Split, reports Croatian Aviation.

Namely, Aer Lingus will not operate in this year’s summer flight schedule on a regular line between Dublin and Pula. The line was last in service before the pandemic. Aer Lingus remains present exclusively in Dalmatia, Split and Dubrovnik.

The line between Dublin and Split operates three times a week from March 29. In May, weekly operations should increase from 3 to as many as seven flights. Aer Lingus plans daily flights between the two cities until early October when they announced three flights a week.

The line between Dublin and Dubrovnik will be open from the first day of May and offers three flights a week, every Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday, until the end of September. Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair also operates between these two cities. As of this summer, Croatia Airlines will also offer this route, moving it from Zagreb to Split in the peak summer season.

Aer Lingus will additionally operate on the regular line between Cork and Dubrovnik, which will run twice a week, on Wednesdays and Saturdays, from May 4. 

A320 and A321 aircraft with a capacity of 174 to 212 seats have been announced on these lines. 

Easter weekend was busy for both Split and Dubrovnik airports, adds Croatian Aviation.

The Easter holidays are an introduction to the summer season regarding the number of passengers and flights at Split Airport, with over 260 arrival and departure flights in Split from Thursday, April 14 to Monday, April 18.

Although not all the announcements came true, many flights and airlines were recorded at Split Airport. This Easter, the busiest airline in terms of the number of flights was easyJet, which flew to Geneva, Basel, London, Bristol, Glasgow, Manchester, and Berlin.

Passengers were transported from Split by Volotea (Marseille, Nantes, Bordeaux), Eurowings (Stuttgart, Cologne, Hamburg), Lufthansa (Frankfurt, Munich), Condor (Frankfurt, Düsseldorf), Transavia (Paris Orly), KLM (Amsterdam Orly), KLM (Amsterdam) ), Ryanair (Dublin), Vueling (Rome), Austrian (Vienna). Croatia Airlines connected Split with Zagreb, Munich, Frankfurt, and Rome.

Traffic also started to increase in Dubrovnik. Namely, Croatia Airlines (Zagreb, Paris), British (London), Jet2 (Manchester, London, Edinburgh), Austrian (Vienna), Ryanair (Dublin), Vueling (Barcelona), Iberia (Madrid), LOT operated from Dubrovnik. Warsaw).

For more on flights to Croatia and other travel announcements, check out our dedicated travel section.


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