Since the beginning of the winter flight schedule last year, Zagreb Airport has been the only airport with a direct connection to London. That will change after almost seven months with EasyJet announcing a range of flights from the UK to Croatian airports for this summer period, reports Croatian Aviation.
From 28 May, the British national airline, British Airways, will resume operations on its seasonal route between London (Heathrow Airport) and Dubrovnik. Flights have been confirmed three times a week every Monday, Friday and Sunday. Dubrovnik will be the first destination of British Airways this summer season in the Republic of Croatia.
And from June 30, EasyJet will resume traffic on the London Gatwick-Dubrovnik route. Initially, one flight was announced per week, on Sundays, but as early as June 7, an increase in the number of weekly operations was announced, every Monday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. With four flights a week from London to Dubrovnik with the low-cost airline the city’s tourism industry will received a much needed boost.
EasyJet have also announced flights to Split, from May 22, to Pula, from June 3, and to Zadar, from June 1.