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Irish Aer Lingus to boost flights to Croatia

Written by  Oct 24, 2018

The Irish national airline Aer Lingus in the summer of 2019 will boost the Split-Dublin line. This year it was flying on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays and in 2019 there will be additional, fourth flight every week, on Sundays. The line begins with traffic on May 16th 2019, with all four flights per week – Avioradar reports.

At the same time, the other two lines will have a boost during the off-season. Although the Dubrovnik-Dublin line will start flying three weeks later compared to this year - on April 12th, 2019, there will be five flights per week instead of four flights. Every-day flights will begin on May 16th or two weeks earlier than this year. On the Pula - Dublin line, the seasonal boost from three to four flights a week will begin a month earlier, or June 7th 2019.


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