easyJet will restart flights from June 15, but Croatia and Dubrovnik will have to wait until July for first flights. The UK low-cost airline has announced that from June 15 they will commence with flights on domestic routes and a small number of European destinations.
All flights with easyJet with have increased safety measures, and all passengers will have to wear a facemask whilst on board, and no food will be available on their planes. However, easyJet have said that they will not block the middle seats on planes as had been previously implied. They say that they are working closely with the European Union Aviation Safety Agency and the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control, and will follow all their guidelines.
Flights will begin from London Gatwick, Belfast, Edinburgh and Liverpool in the UK, as well as some European destinations such as Paris, Nice, Lyon and Geneva. And the airline has stated that as demand increases and as Covid-19 travel restrictions are eased that they will connect other destinations.
easyJet had connected Dubrovnik with a dozen European destinations, and indeed carried the second most number of passengers to Dubrovnik after Croatia Airlines.