"Pilots take no special joy in walking. Pilots like flying." - Neil Armstrong
easyJet has resumed flight operations to Dubrovnik
Written by Jan Kotek.
Since the begining of summer timetable two weeks ago, seasonal routes are slowly begining with flight operations, but much less then in previous years. During this week only one summer seasonal route resumed with flight operations to Croatia.
British low-cost air carrier easyJet (U2/EZY), has resumed flight operations on Saturday April 10th, on its first route to Dubrovnik this year. Dubrovnik - Geneva route will be operated with only one weekly flight at the beginning, on Saturdays. The second flight a week, on Tuesday is planned to start with operations from June 1st. After that, from June 28th a total of three flights a week are planned on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. This route will be operated with Airbus A320 (in the picture).
easyJet already resumed flight operations to Split on April 1st, starting with flights from Basel and Geneva. Basel - Dubrovnik is planned to start with opeations from June 30th with two weekly flights on Wednesdays and Sundays. Additional 10 routes are planned to Dubrovnik this year, but most of them are postponed to start with flight operations from the last weekend in May, and some routes even later. Compared with 2019, routes from Belfast, Bordeaux and Venice, were completely removed from offer, while routes from Milano and Toulouse are not offered for this year anymore, and were postponed to summer 2022 timetable.
easyJet discontinued last year all flights from London's airports Stansted and Southend to all Croatian destinations. It was easyJet's plan to concentrate all London flights to only two airports. According to that, all flights from London to Croatia are offerd only from Gatwick and Luton airports.