The largest low-cost airline in the world, Ryanair, has announced a new route to Croatia in the summer 2021 flight schedule. From June 2021 Ryanair will connect Zadar on the Dalmatian coast with Naples. This will be the first time that the Irish airline has operated flights between these two cites, according to a report on Croatian Aviation. In fact, there have been no commercial flights between these destinations before, meaning the low-cost airline is going into uncharted waters.
The inaugural flight to Zadar will be on June 4, and flights will be operated twice weekly, on Mondays and Fridays, giving passengers a great weekend-away option.
Flights between Naples and Zadar will be in operation until the end of September (September 27), during which time Ryanair will operate 34 return flights. In total, from the beginning of June to the end of September, this well-known low-cost airline will offer a total of 12,852 seats between Naples and Zadar.
Tickets are available for purchase on Ryanair’s website with prices for a single ticket starting at around 50 Euros.