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Latest Croatian Coastal Seaplane Schedule Out – Including New Connections

67273_840210646045762_8402212180591538470_nEuropean Coastal Airlines (ECA), who revolutionised tourism on the Adriatic coast last year when it launched seaplane flights connecting Croatia’s islands, have just released their latest schedule for the next two months…

If you are looking for a superfast, economical connection then check out ECA’s latest schedule which starts today and includes new connections to Pula, Rijeka Airport, Rab and Zagreb.

A number of new connections will also be introduced later in the year, including a service to Novalja on the island of Pag starting on 1 June, whilst negotiations are ongoing to introduce flights to Cres, Mali Lošinj, Korčula, Lastovo and Dubrovnik.

ECA say that results from their first year have exceeded expectations, with 75% of passengers locals. ECA expects around 221,000 passengers this year.

Check out the latest schedule below and book here:



(photo / ECA)

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