"Pilots take no special joy in walking. Pilots like flying." - Neil Armstrong
Ryanair has resumed flight operations to 5 Croatian destinations
Written by Jan Kotek.
Irish low-cost air carrier Ryanair (FR/RYR) has started with flight operations to Croatia on Wednesdays, July 1st. The subsidiary Lauda (OE/LDM) has started with flight operations earlier on its routes to Croatia, from last weekend.
The first arrivals were to Dubrovnik and Zadar on Wednesday, July 1st. Dubrovnik will have only one route from Dublin with two weekly flights, which means half less comparing with last year, when this route had four flights per week. Zadar will have only 10 routes. That is sigificantly less then prevoiusly planned more then 30 routes for this year. It is interesting that Prague - Zadar route will get two flights on Saturdays from the begining of August.
Since Thursdays July 2nd, Ryanair also resumed flight operations to Pula. The first arrival was from London (Stansted Airport). Pula will have only 3 routes instead of 6 routes last year. Ryanair has also resumed flight operations to Split since Saturday, July 6th. Split will have only one route from Dublin, also with two flights a week, half less then last year.
The first arrival to Rijeka will be on Monday July 6th from London (Stansted Airport). Rijeka will have half less traffic then last year as well, with only two routes instead of four last year.