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Korčula Island to be Connected by Seaplanes from Next Week

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Croatian coastal seaplane operators European Coastal Airlines have announced that a daily service to the island of Korčula will start next week…

The date is set: Split- Vela Luka from September 1st – Also, the new timeline for September is on our web – ECA announced on their official Facebook page.

The downtown Split – Korčula flight will take around 16 minutes, shaving hours off the current ferry connection. ECA, who launched in August last year with commercial flights from Split to Jelsa on the island of Hvar, this month commenced flights to the island of Lastovo.

Check all of ECA’s destinations and latest timetable here.

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