The most popular low-cost airline in the world, Ryanair, has announced flights between Dublin and Dubrovnik from the beginning of June. The airline will also connect Zadar and Split with Dublin this summer season.
From the beginning of June, Irish Ryanair will resume traffic on its three seasonal lines from Dublin to Zadar, Split and Dubrovnik. In the summer season of 2020, the line to Zadar from the capital of Ireland was not in operation, reports Croatian Aviation.
The Dublin - Dubrovnik line will be in operation from June 4. Two flights a week are announced for June, on Mondays and Fridays, while an additional flight on Wednesdays is expected from the beginning of July, with single tickets starting from around 40 Euros.
The national airline of Ireland, AerLingus, has also announced flights for the second half of June to Dubrovnik, Pula and Split.
Regarding COVID restrictions, passengers coming to Croatia from Ireland must have -
- negative PCR or rapid antigen test not older than 48 hours from entry into Croatia,
- vaccination certificate (the last dose must be received at least 15 days before entering Croatia),
- certificate of recovery (12 to 180 days),
In case the passengers do not have any of the above, upon entering the Republic of Croatia, passengers will be referred for a PCR or rapid antigen test at their own expense and are obliged to stay in self-isolation until the results arrive.