The british low-cost airline, EasyJet, has scheduled only three routes to Croatia during the May.
EasyJet, one of the most important airlines present in Croatian airports, plans to operate regular international traffic on only three routes to Croatia from the beginning of May. All three routes refer to and from Split Airport.
Although the company offered numerous international routes to four Croatian airports at the beginning of this year (to Pula, Zadar, Split and Dubrovnik), the announced flights were not realized due to COVID-19 situation.
In the period from April 10th to April 24th EasyJet operated thee return flights on the Geneva - Dubrovnik - Geneva route, but there are no flights scheduled on this route in May. EasyJet plans to resume traffic between Geneva and Dubrovnik starting from June.
As for Split Airport, EasyJet resumed traffic on the Geneva - Split - Geneva route on April 3rd, and it will continue to operate on it in May, once a week, every Saturday.
The Basel - Split - Basel route operated twice per week (Thursdays and Saturdays) during April, while there is one flight per week scheduled in May, on Saturdays.
However, EasyJet will resume operations on one more route to Split from May 1st. The Berlin - Split - Berlin route will operate every Saturday during the May.
All other Croatian airports to which EasyJet normally operates in the summer flight schedule will not have regular arrivals of this company during the first half of May. More precisely, out of a total of 42 international routes to the four mentioned airports, there will be only 3 in traffic from May 1st. A320 aircraft have been scheduled on those routes, so in total, next month EasyJet will offer just 1800 seats from and to Split Airport.
Ryanair released ticket sales for winter season
While EasyJet is still working on the summer flight schedule, Ryanair has its schedule ready for Croatia for upcoming summer season. The company released sales on its international routes for winter flight schedule 2021/2022. Zagreb is, as expected, the only destination in Croatia where Ryanair will fly to.
The company has not changed the number of weekly flights on all 12 routes in the winter flight schedule and it looks the same as the schedule valid from September this year.
Next winter Ryanair will offer flights from Zagreb to London (daily), Bergamo (4), Brussels (3), Rome (3), Hahn (3), Gothenburg (3), Karlsruhe (3), Dortmund (2), Memmingen (2), Oslo (2), Paris (2) and Podgorica (2).
It remains to be seen whether the company will make certain modifications and introduce or suspend some routes for next winter since there is enough time for operational changes.