EasyJet and Volotea are introducing five new lines for Istria
In the summer flight schedule for 2018, the British low-cost airline EasyJet is introducing seven new routes to Croatia, including four to Pula.New routes to the Istrian airport in Pula open from Basel, Liverpool, London (Southend Airport) and Milan (Malpensa Airport) and start at the end of July:26/7/2018 Basel – Tuesdays and Saturdays29/7/2018 Liverpool – Wednesdays and Sundays28/7/2018 London / Southend – Tuesdays and Sundays25/7/2018 Milan / Malpensa – Mondays, Wednesdays and FridaysWith two new lines from London / Southend and Venice to Dubrovnik and from Berlin / Schönefeld to Zadar, EasyJet offers a total of 46 lines to Croatian destinations – Dubrovnik, Split, Zadar and Pula. The leading European airline Easyjet thus continues to expand into the Croatian market, connecting European capitals with Croatian destinations. Let us remind you that in 2017, the company introduced eight new flights to Croatia. “We are very excited to launch seven new routes from Croatia next year, offering over a million points for sale during 2018 to and from Croatia. We expect a record summer with more than 3.100 flights and more than 540.000 seats that we offer for sale to and from Croatia in July and August 2018. ” points out Ali Gayward, the company’s director for the United KingdomThe airline has transported a record number of passengers to and from Croatia in the last twelve months, or more than 910.000 passengers, an increase of 35 percent over the previous year. EasyJet flies with a fleet of over 279 aircraft on more than 880 routes through 140 airports in 31 countries. It connects Croatia with six European countries and more than 23 destinations across Europe.Flights from Nantes to Pula in 2018In 2018, Volotea will introduce a new route from France to Croatia, which will connect Nantes with the Istrian peninsula.Volotea planes will land at Pula Airport for the first time, and the regular line will operate once a week, on Wednesdays, from May 30 to the end of September. He will arrive in Pula around 11am, and the return flight to Nantes is at 11:30am. “It is a great success of four years of efforts and joint actions of the Istrian Tourist Board, Pula Airport and the Paris office of the Croatian Tourist Board. The Tourist Board of the Istrian County, in cooperation with the airline Volotea, has prepared additional media space for the promotion of Istria on the French market, and it is agreed to appear at the tourist fair in Nantes, from 26 to 28 January 2018.”Point out from the Tourist Board of the Istrian County.The Spanish Volotea is the fastest growing airline on the French market, for which Croatia is one of the key destinations, which is shown by the increase in seats from European to Croatian destinations by as much as 44 percent in 2018. These are a total of six new airlines, and from France, in addition to the line to Pula, the one from Nice to Split is also opening.Germania, the world leader in renting boats online Globasialor, and Thalasso Numero1 and OVoyages, the most important French tour operator specializing in wellness tourism, which has announced its arrival in Croatia in 2018, have also shown great interest in Croatia on the French market.