From 19 July, British citizens will be able to travel abroad and will no longer have to go into compulsory self-isolation when they return to the country from amber ranked countries.
The third largest airline in the UK, Jet2, has been introducing as many as nine routes to Croatian airports since the end of July. This is a direct consequence of the announced easing of restrictive measures in the UK (as of 19 July). Namely, since the mentioned date, Jet2 is re-introducing almost 40 lines to popular tourist destinations in Greece, Italy and Croatia, writes the portal Croatian Aviation, and reports Jutarnji list.
After the announcement of the abolition of strict measures, the company immediately reacted and opened a reservation on a number of routes, and in just a few days many flights were sold out, which only confirms the thesis that passengers are eager to travel and most are prevented only by restrictive measures.
Given that Croatia is currently on the list that guarantees British tourists return to the country without going into self-isolation, the company confirms that the interest in holidays in our country since the end of July is extremely high.
Jet2, the third largest company in the country (after British Airways and EasyJet) connects the UK with a number of leisure destinations. Additionally, through its sister company Jet2 Holidays, the company offers holiday arrangements (including flights) abroad, while also offering destinations in Croatia.