ZAGREB, 27 August 2020 – Aer Lingus is the flag carrier airline of Ireland, will stop flights to Split next month for the rest of the year, Croatian Aviation reports.
Aer Lingus had resumed regular flights on its Dublin – Split service on July 20th, the same time it suspended all other flights to Croatia, from Dublin to Pula and Dubrovnik, and Cork – Dubrovnik for entire 2020 summer season.
Aer Lingus flew directly to Split Airport from Dublin three times per week (every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday), but currently flies twice weekly (there are no flights on Wednesdays anymore).
The airline will continue to operate two weekly flights to Split on Mondays and Fridays until September 11th, after that date there will be no more direct Aer Lingus flights to Croatia this year.
Other airlines direct flights between Ireland and Croatia.
Passengers still have some choice regarding direct flights between the two countries. Ryanair will fly directly on two routes from Dublin to Croatia for all of September.
Dublin – Split will continue to operate twice per week, every Tuesday and Saturday
Dublin – Dubrovnik will continue to operate twice per week, every Wednesday and Sunday.
Croatian national carrier, Croatia Airlines, will also continue to operate on the Zagreb – Dublin route, three times per week, every Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday, with its A319 aircraft which has a capacity of 144 seats per flight.