ZAGREB, 12 November 2020 – British low-cost airline easyJet has announced the introduction of a new route to Pula Airport in Croatia for the 2021 summer season, Croatian Aviation reports.
Despite the current situation, easyJet has confirmed the introduction of a new route to Croatia. A Glasgow – Pula service will be introduced on 28 June 28th. Originally, this route was supposed to operate in the summer of 2020 but due to the pandemic, this did not happen.
easyJet announced it will operate two weekly flights between Glasgow and Pula, every Monday and Friday, from 28 June until 3 September.
An A319 aircraft, which has a capacity of 156 seats, has been scheduled on the route. easyJet currently has more than 130 A319 aircraft in its fleet.
The well-known British carrier is planning 10 routes to Pula Airport in the summer of 2021.
“With this new announced Glasgow – Pula route, where easyJet will face no competition, this carrier is already selling tickets on direct routes from London (Luton and Gatwick), Liverpool, Bristol, Paris, Amsterdam, Berlin, Geneva and Basel to Pula Airport for next summer season,” Croatian Aviation writes.
Flights from London (Luton) and Bristol should start operating towards Pula at the end of April, specifically from April 27th. Operational changes are possible and will depend on the epidemiological situation and demand.