ZAGREB, 29 June 2020 – Low-cost airline Ryanair will resume flights from Ireland and the United kingdom to four airports in Croatia this week, Croatian Aviation reports.
Ryanair will resume flights to Croatia at the start of July. Some routes from Zadar Airport are already in service (Stuttgart from yesterday, Vienna from today), whilst the rest of eight routes from Zadar will resume this week.
From Wednesday, July 1st, Ryanair will resume the Dublin – Dubrovnik – Dublin route, flights will be running until the end of October two times per week, every Wednesday and Sunday. Before the outbreak of the pandemic, the airline was planning to operate 4 weekly flights on this route.
From Thursday, July 2nd, Ryanair will resume the London – Pula – London (Stansted Airport) service. Flights are also scheduled until the end of October two times per week, every Thursday and Sunday. Previously, the airline operated this service 5 times per week.
From Saturday, July 4th, the Dublin – Split – Dublin route will be introduced. The service on this route is scheduled until October 24th. Ryanair flew on this route more frequently last year, but due to the pandemic situation and low demand, the number of weekly flights has been reduced to just two – each Tuesday and Saturday.
From Monday, July 6th, Ryanair will resume the London – Rijeka – London route (Stansted Airport). During July, Ryanair will fly on this route just once per week, each Monday, but the second weekly flight will be added from the beginning of August (every Friday). This route will stop operating from the end of September.
Ryanair canceled its Osijek service, whilst its London – Zadar – London route will not operate during this summer season.
AerLingus, which flies from Dublin to Pula, Split and Dubrovnik, currently does not have any dates for service resumption to Croatia confirmed. Flights to Pula and Dubrovnik are marked as “sold out” until the beginning of August, while tickets are on sale to Split from the middle of July.