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Seaplanes to Connect Italy with Croatian Coast

(photo credit/ECA)

(photo credit/ECA)

Croatia-based seaplane operator European Coastal Airlines have announced that as of next month they will be connecting Italy with the Croatian coast…

ECA will begin a new service to and from the central Italian seaport of Ancona to Split on 13 November. The new service will be good news for the time conscious traveller with the 1-hour seaplane trip shaving hours off the ferry trip which connects the two destinations. A single one-way fare is currently just over 100 euros.

The Ancona announcement is the latest in a series of new destinations which ECA have as their expansion continues. Jelsa (Hvar), Vela Luka (Korčula), Lastovo, Rijeka, Pula, Rab, Lošinj, Zadar and Split are all currently connected with more announcements expected in the near future.

Check out where they fly to and find out how to book your seat here.

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