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Dubrovnik Now Connected by Seaplane to Split


After announcing the second of its new international routes earlier this month, seaplane operator European Coastal Airlines have confirmed that from next month they will begin to connect the two main coastal hubs in Croatia – Split and Dubrovnik…

From 1 February commuters will be able to take a seaplane from downtown Split to Dubrovnik airport, and vice versa. The journey will take 45 minutes and one-way tickets start from 39 euros.

Also on 1 February ECA will launch another domestic route. Flights between the Dalmatian city of Zadar and the northern Adriatic island of Rab. Tickets start from 29 euros for that flight. 2016 looks like it is going to be a busy year with a number of new announcements set to take place shortly.


After commencing its first international seaplane connection from Rijeka Airport on the island of Krk, and Split on the Dalmatian coast to the central Italian seaport city of Ancona late last year, a second international route from Split to Pescara will launch on 2 February 2016. The price of the flight, which takes 59 minutes, starts from 29 euros.

You can make bookings here.

European Coastal Airlines now operates services to the following scheduled destinations in Croatia.

Water terminals:
Split Airport
Split downtown
Vela Luka
Ground terminals:


Mali Lošinj

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