The newest routes to be announced are from Greece’s leading airlines Aegean Airlines and low-cost UK carrier easyJet.
Aegean Airlines have announced that from this summer they will connect the Greek capital with the southern Dalmatian city of Dubrovnik. Starting on 18 June, Aegean will operate four weekly flights from Athens to Dubrovnik using its Dash 4 aircraft. Flights are scheduled to run until 19 September with tickets currently going for around 100 euros. Kompas Zagreb will be Aegean Airlines regional representatives.
Commencing on 26 June, easyJet will operate flights from Naples in Italy to Split twice weekly (Saturdays and Tuesdays). The new routes continue easyJet’s expansion in Croatia, which have seen a host of new services added this year for the first time, including London Gatwick – Pula and Newcastle – Split.