Flights to Croatia: easyJet Introduces First 6 Lines to Croatia

Daniela Rogulj



June 28, 2020 – The latest news from around Croatia’s airports for flights to Croatia with updates from Split Airport. 

Croatian Aviation reports that at the beginning of July, easyJet will launch 6 lines to Croatia. Although this well-known low-budget airline operates in the summer flight schedule to Dubrovnik, Split, Zadar and Pula, currently only specific routes from and to Split Airport have been confirmed.

Given the pandemic, the company has so far not launched international routes to Croatian destinations. Although you can buy tickets for many destinations and various dates on the company’s website, Croatian Aviation recommends that you read the article until the end and advises you to purchase tickets by mid-July on the lines listed in the text.

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At the beginning of July, easyJet will launch only 6 lines to Croatia, all to Split Airport. The company currently has almost 50 lines on sale from four Croatian airports: Dubrovnik, Split, Zadar and Pula.

In order to avoid possible inconveniences in the form of flight cancellations, you can find the confirmed flight schedule below, because, on all other routes, there is the possibility of weekly flight reductions or cancellations.

According to the current announcement, easyJet will operate on the following lines from the beginning of July:

Split – Amsterdam, from July 4, 2 times a week, on Saturdays and Sundays,

Split – Basel, from July 4, 4 times a week, Mondays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays,

Split – Berlin, from July 3, daily,

Split – Geneva, from July 4, once a week, on Saturdays,

Split – London (Luton), from July 1, daily,

Split – Paris (Charles De Gaulle), from July 8, twice a week, Wednesdays and Sundays.

The low-cost carrier currently confirms the flight schedule for 14 days, so all flights from mid-July are questionable. The company will almost certainly continue to operate on these routes after mid-July, and the number of weekly flights is likely to increase, but it is advised you purchase a ticket for the travel period after mid-July on the days of the week listed for each line.

As always, you should also check the restrictions of the country you are traveling to before traveling.


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