Ireland’s flag carrier airline Aer Lingus has announced a new direct service from Cork to Dubrovnik starting in May.
The new route from Cork to Dubrovnik will commence on 4 May 2019 and operate twice weekly on Tuesdays and Saturdays.
The flight, which will be serviced by an A320 aircraft, will operate throughout the summer season.
Speaking at the official announcement, Greg Kaldahl, Chief Strategy and Planning Officer at Aer Lingus said:
“Aer Lingus is excited to announce two brand new routes to Dubrovnik and Nice from Cork in 2019, as well as additional seat capacity and the extension of the recently-added Cork Lisbon route to all year round.”
Cork Airport’s Managing Director Niall MacCarthy said:
“We are delighted to see the airline continuing to grow and invest in Cork with Nice and Dubrovnik flights now bookable for 2019, along with the commencement this week of a new year-round Lisbon route.”
Aer Lingus is Ireland’s second-largest airline after Ryanair.