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[PHOTOS] First Seaplane Lands in Dubrovnik

Seaplane over Dubrovnik on Monday (photo: ECA)

Seaplane over Dubrovnik on Monday (photo: ECA)

Croatian coastal seaplane operators European Coastal Airlines (ECA) have landed for the first time in Dubrovnik…

The very first flight from Split to Dubrovnik Airport landed in sunshine on Monday. The new route is an important expansion due to the popularity of the famous stone-walled city. Currently the 45-minute flight from Split lands at Dubrovnik Airport, but ECA say that they are working on a solution for a seaport very soon.

Dubrovnik in the background (photo: ECA)

Dubrovnik in the background (photo: ECA)

Also today ECA launched 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.

You can make bookings here.

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