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Split to Korčula Town Via Sea Plane from May

Sea planes connecting more and more destinations

Sea planes connecting more and more destinations

Good news announced from Croatian sea plane operators European Coastal Airlines in Friday that they have finally received the concession to land in Korčula town on the island of the same name…

ECA, who already fly to Vela Luka at the other end of the island some 40 kilometres away, will launch the first flight from Split to Korčula town on 1 May 2016. The flight time is a quick 22 minutes and ticket prices range from 550 kuna.

Since launching last year ECA are quickly establishing connections up and down the Croatian coast, as well to Italian destinations Ancona and Pescara.

Current destinations:

Water terminals:
Split Airport
Split downtown
Jelsa
Lastovo
Pula
Rab
Vela Luka
Korčula

Ground terminals:
Ancona
Pescara
Mali Lošinj
Rijeka
Zadar

For more info and how to book tickets you can visit their website here.

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