ZAGREB, 13 July 2020 – Aer Lingus, the flag carrier airline of Ireland, has announced it will resume one flight service to Croatia later this month.
Aer Lingus, which normally flies to Dubrovnik, Split and Pula during the summer season, will resume its service to the Dalmatian city of Split starting this month, Croatian Aviation reports.
Aer Lingus’ summer schedule, which was set to commence back in April with flights to Dubrovnik, Split and Pula, was postponed due to the pandemic.
The Dublin – Pula service will not resume with operations in July and flights are bookable from the middle of August, which means that the cancelation is still possible for this route.
The same goes for its Dubrovnik service as the airline has opened sales only from the middle of August, but there is a chance this could change.
“The only route to Croatia which will resume during this month is the Dublin – Split route, which will resume from July 20th, and will operate three times per week, each Monday, Wednesday and Sunday with an A320 aircraft which has a capacity of A174 passengers,” Croatian Aviation writes.