Jadrolinija Kindly Asks Passengers to Book Tickets Online or Via App

Lauren Simmonds

The coronavirus outbreak is having an astounding effect on the global economy and the Croatian economy, of which the strongest branch is of course tourism, and Jadrolinija issues a fair request to its customers.

Jadrolinija is a large Croatian ferry company which works to transport countless locals and tourists to destinations along the coast, between islands and from the mainland to the islands every year, with the height of its traffic naturally being during the warm summer months – the height of the Croatian tourist season.

Coronavirus is making life difficult for almost everyone, and as Morski writes on the 17th of March, 2020, Jadrolinija has kindly asked its customers to refrain from coming to purchase tickets in person but rather to purchase them online or via the ferry company’s own app – mJadrolinija. 

”We’d like to ask our passengers to please purchase their tickets online or via the mJadrolinija mobile application (app) in order to try to stop the spread of coronavirus. We’d like to ask passengers who are unable to use the digital channels of purchase to use cash as a payment method as little as possible and that they instead use contactless cards to pay,” reads a statement released this morning by Jadrolinija.

Make sure to follow our dedicated section for rolling information in English about coronavirus in Croatia. We cover updates on travel, borders, entry and exit requirements and much more as soon as changes come in. 

For more on travel to and around Croatia, follow our travel page.


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