From July 19, UK citizens will be able to travel abroad and upon returning to the country will no longer have to undergo mandatory self-isolation.
Airlines reacted immediately to the news, bookings increased, and numerous routes were reintroduced, including to Croatia.
The third largest airline in the UK, Jet2, will introduce 9 routes to Croatian airports.
“This is a direct consequence of the announced easing of restrictive measures in the UK (as of 19 July). Since the mentioned date, Jet2 is reintroducing almost 40 lines to popular tourist destinations in Greece, Italy and Croatia,” Croatian Aviation said.
The airline says that interest in Brits travelling to Croatia for a holiday is extremely high.
Jet2, which is the third largest airline in the UK after British Airways and easyJet, connects the UK with a range of destinations. Additionally, through its sister company Jet2 Holidays, the airline offers holiday arrangements (including flights) abroad, while also offering destinations in Croatia.
Most of Jet2’s flights which they will re-introduce to Croatia are to Split Airport:
From 22 July – London – Split – twice a week, on Thursdays and Sundays
From 22 July – Manchester – Split – three times a week, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays
From 24 July – Leeds – Split – twice a week, on Tuesdays and Saturdays
From July 25 – East Midlands – Split – once a week, on Sundays
From July 25 – Birmingham – Split – once a week, on Sundays
From July 25 – Edinburgh – Split .- once a week, on Sundays
In addition to Split, Jet2 is returning another destination in Croatia – Dubrovnik Airport.
From – July 29 – Birmingham – Dubrovnik – twice a week, on Thursdays and Saturdays
From July 25 – London – Dubrovnik – twice a week, on Thursdays and Sundays
From July 29 – Manchester – Dubrovnik – twice a week, on Thursdays and Saturdays
For all routes, the airline will use a B737-800 aircraft, which has a capacity of 189 seats.