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Traditional Water Salute Welcome for First easyJet Flight to Pula

Traditional water salute for first flight to land in Pula

Traditional water salute for first flight to land in Pula

The first easyJet flight to land in the northern Adriatic town of Pula has been welcomed by a traditional water salute today…

The British low-cost carrier have continued their Croatian expansion introducing a new service to Pula. Twice weekly (Tuesday’s & Saturday’s) from today until the end of October, UK’s largest airline will operate a service from London Gatwick to Pula on an Airbus A319 aircraft.

Ribbon being cut by the pilot of the first flight

Ribbon being cut by the pilot of the first flight

On Tuesday the flight, which was full with 150 passengers, received a traditional welcome and a ribbon-cutting ceremony was also held to launch the service.

 

passengers file off the first flight

passengers file off the first flight

Until today easyJet had services to Dubrovnik and Split, and now British tourists can connect easily with Croatia’s northern coast.

(pics / screenshot HRT)

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