This week, Ryanair is launching flights from London and Dublin to Croatia. The most popular low-cost airline in the world will launch lines from Ireland and Great Britain to four Croatian airports this week, reports Croatian Aviation.
Flights to Zadar have already started from Stuttgart and Vienna, while the other 8 lines from Zadar will start operating this week.
And from Wednesday, July 1, Ryanair will operate again on the route Dublin - Dubrovnik - Dublin, flights are announced until the end of October and will take place twice a week, on Wednesdays and Sundays. Before the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Irish airline had planned 4 weeks of flights on this line.
From Thursday, July 2, the company will establish traffic on the line London - Pula - London (Stansted Airport). Flights on this route are also announced until the end of October, twice a week, on Thursdays and Sundays. In previous summer seasons, Ryanair operated on this line up to 5 times a week.
From Saturday, July 4, the Dublin - Split - Dublin line will be introduced, which should operate until October 24, i.e. the end of the summer flight schedule. Although Ryanair flew significantly more weekly flights on this route last year, due to the crisis and reduced demand, two flights a week are currently announced, every Tuesday and Saturday.
In the second week of July, from Monday, July 6, Ryanair will operate again on the line London - Rijeka - London (Stansted Airport). Throughout July, only one flight per week is announced, every Monday, while an increase to two flights is expected from the beginning of August (additional flight on Fridays). This line will operate slightly shorter than the others, until the end of September.
Ryanair previously cancelled the line from London to Osijek, so it will operate to four Croatian airports this summer. The line from London to Zadar has also been cancelled in this year's summer flight schedule.