Flights to Croatia: easyJet Maintains 11 Lines to Croatia in October, Croatia Airlines to 15 European Destinations
September 18, 2020 – The latest news for flights to Croatia as easyJet maintains 11 lines to Croatia in October, and Croatia Airlines flies to 15 European destinations.
Croatian Aviation reports that British easyJet has made some changes to its flight schedule. Numerous lines that were announced for October will now stop flying at the end of September. The company will keep 11 lines in October, mostly with a minimum number of weekly operations.
Lines to Zadar and Pula
The company will cut off traffic on two routes to Pula, from Bristol and London Gatwick, by the end of September, while the line from London Luton made its last flight last Saturday (September 12).
It is the same at Zadar Airport. The last flight to Zadar will be operated by easyJet this Saturday (September 19) on the route from Luton, while the route from Gatwick ended with traffic last Saturday. easyJet operated in Pula and Zadar in previous years in October, but this year will not happen.
Lines to Split and Dubrovnik
By the end of September, easyJet will cancel two lines to Split: from Belfast and Amsterdam. The following lines remain in operation:
Split – Basel (until 24.10),
Split – Bristol (until 24.10),
Split – Geneva (until 24.10),
Split – Glasgow (until 25.10),
Split – Gatwick (until 31.10),
Split – Luton (until 24.10),
Split – Manchester (until 27.10.).
Traffic on the mentioned lines will be modest in October, as the company generally announces one flight a week. As for Dubrovnik, easyJet will cancel only one line, Dubrovnik – Geneva, at the end of September, and the following will remain in traffic:
Dubrovnik – Bristol (until 28.10),
Dubrovnik – Edinburgh (until 24.10),
Dubrovnik – Gatwick (until 31.10),
Dubrovnik – Manchester (until 24.10).
The company will also operate on these routes once a week through October, and further cancellations are also possible, depending on the booking for each flight.
Slobodna Dalmacija reports that in October this year, Croatia Airlines will continue to connect Croatia with the most important European capitals and transport hubs, and air connections within Croatia will continue to be provided to passengers on domestic scheduled flights.
During October, the national airline’s aircraft will directly connect Croatia with 15 international destinations (Amsterdam, Vienna, Berlin, Brussels, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Copenhagen, London Heathrow, Lyon, Munich, Paris, Rome, Sarajevo, Skopje, and Zurich). Passengers from these traffic hubs are provided with favorable opportunities for connecting flights worldwide, especially on the flights of Croatia Airlines partners from the Star Alliance.
In international regular traffic, Zagreb will be directly connected to 12 European destinations; from Split, it will fly to 10 European capitals, from Dubrovnik to two international destinations. From Rijeka, it will continue to fly to Munich.
In domestic scheduled traffic, Croatia Airlines planes will connect Zagreb with five Croatian airports (Split, Dubrovnik, Zadar, Pula, and Bol on the island of Brac), and flights on the Osijek – Split and Osijek – Dubrovnik routes will continue.
During the peak of the tourist season, the company’s planes directly connected Zagreb with 14, Split with 11, and Dubrovnik with 7 international destinations.
It should be emphasized that passengers’ flight safety is still a priority in the business of Croatia Airlines. All protection measures, which the company implements against the coronavirus epidemic, are fully compliant with public health authorities and aviation authorities’ decisions and recommendations.
The entire aircraft crew must use protective equipment and means (masks, gloves, disinfectants), air enters the aircraft’s passenger cabin from the atmosphere and is purified with the most modern filters, and the aircraft is continuously disinfected. Also, passengers must wear face coverings and masks throughout their stay in the passenger cabin, and disinfectant wipes are readily available.
It is worth noting that due to the epidemiological crisis, Croatia Airlines offers its customers flexible conditions regarding the purchase of tickets and travel. In particular, passengers have at their disposal an unlimited number of changes to travel dates, free of charge, as well as a refund in the form of a voucher that can be exchanged for a new ticket within a year of issue.
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