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EasyJet Announce New Route To Croatia


The ever-increasing number of tourists from the UK into Croatia is set to grow even more after British airline company EasyJet announced a new route into Croatia from the Scottish capital.

EasyJet will now fly from Edinburgh to Dubrovnik, opening up a whole new market for Croatian tourism. Besides Dubrovnik, EasyJet announced that it would fly to 5 European cities from the Scottish capital, in a move that will create more than 150 jobs.

Scotland’s Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said: “The new direct links with some of the world’s most exciting destinations will open up fresh inward investment opportunities and strengthen existing ties with the likes of Germany and Scandinavia”, reported the BBC.

 

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