British low-cost carrier easyJet will operate to five Croatian airports this summer. While it has already announced several routes to Pula, the carrier will soon increase the number of operations and resume flights to Zadar Airport, reports Croatian Aviation.
This summer, easyJet will operate 5 international routes to Zadar Airport and 9 routes to Pula Airport.
Namely, easyJet will operate on 9 international routes to Pula Airport this summer from:
Berlin (already in traffic), three to four times a week,
Bristol (already in circulation), twice a week,
London (already in traffic), three to seven times a week,
Amsterdam, from 29.06., twice a week,
Basel, from 28.06., three times a week,
Geneva, from 29.06., twice a week,
Glasgow, from 27.06., twice a week,
Luton, from 04.06., twice a week, and
Paris, from 27.06., three times a week.
From mid-May to the end of the summer flight schedule, easyJet will offer more than 125,000 seats to and from Pula Airport on the 9 listed routes.
easyJet is announcing fewer flights to Zadar Airport, or a total of 5 international routes, all of which will start operating at the end of June. easyJet will thus operate from Zadar to:
Amsterdam, from 28.06., twice a week,
Basel, from 27.06, three to four times a week,
Berlin, from 28.06., twice a week,
London, from 28.06., twice a week, and
Milan, from 28.06., four times a week.
Due to the smaller number of routes and weekly rotations, easyJet will offer almost 50,000 seats to and from Zadar Airport this summer, but passengers to and from Zadar are not a problem given that Ryanair has a large base at this airport. For the airport itself, it would certainly be better if the number of routes was diversified across multiple airlines.
In the peak summer season, easyJet will have several lines to Split and Dubrovnik, while only two lines have been announced to Rijeka.
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