At the beginning of the summer flight schedule, British airline easyJet is introducing regular flights to Pula, Split and Dubrovnik airports. In the last week of March, easyJet will operate 44 return flights to three Croatian airports, reports Croatian Aviation.
easyJet will be a regular guest at the airports in Pula, Rijeka, Zadar, Split and Dubrovnik this summer.
easyJet is announcing a total of 9 scheduled flights to Pula Airport this summer, from London, Amsterdam, Basel, Berlin, Bristol, Geneva, Glasgow, Luton and Paris. All lines, except those to and from London, will start operating in May and June.
As of March 28, a regular line between Pula and London (Gatwick Airport) will be introduced, which will run 3 times a week, every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. 624 seats are available on this line for the first two rotations.
Rijeka and Zadar lines
Rijeka Airport will have two easyJet lines this summer, to London and Berlin, but they will start operating in May and June, respectively.
A total of 5 lines have been announced for Zadar, to Amsterdam, Basel, Berlin, London and Milan, but like Rijeka, some lines will start operating in May and some in June.
For this summer season, 14 regular lines to Split Airport have been announced, and ten lines will start operating this month:
Amsterdam, from 28.03., five times a week,
Basel, from 27.03., daily,
Berlin, from 27.03., four times a week,
Bristol, from 27.03. four times a week,
Geneva, from 27.03., four times a week,
Glasgow, from 27.03., twice a week,
London, from 27.03., six times a week,
Manchester, from 29.03., three times a week,
Naples, from 28.03., four times a week,
Paris, from 29.03., twice a week.
In March alone, easyJet will operate a total of 29 return flights to Split Airport, and thus offer 4,524 seats in the last week of this month alone.
Lines to Luton, Lyon, Milan and Orly will start in May and June, and the number of weekly rotations on all lines will increase from week to week.
Dubrovnik Airport is a long-term easyJet destination in Croatia, and 8 international routes will depart from Dubrovnik in March for:
Amsterdam, from 27.03., twice a week,
Berlin, from 30.03., twice a week,
Bristol, from 27.03., three times a week,
Edinburgh, from 29.03., twice a week,
Geneva, from 29.03., twice a week,
London, from 27.03., five times a week,
Manchester, from 30.03., twice a week,
Naples, from March 29, three times a week.
easyJet will run 13 return flights to Dubrovnik in the last 5 days of March, with 2,028 seats on sale. Lines to Lyon, Nantes, Orly and Basel will start in May and June.
44 easyJet return flights from March 27 to 31 are a hint of a good summer season in which this well-known low-cost airline will significantly increase its market share compared to the previous two seasons.
In the peak summer season, easyJet will operate on 42 scheduled international routes from five Croatian airports, but a detailed analysis of the schedule for May, June and July will be known in the weeks ahead, given that operational changes are certainly possible.
Airlines from the A320 family, type A319, A320 and A321NEO, which have a capacity of 156 to 235 seats at easyJet, have been announced on the routes.
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