Pula Airport will have increased traffic from July 12th. Until July 25th 30 routes will be in service from this airport in Croatia!
From the middle of this month, Pula Airport will record an increasing number of arrivals of numerous airlines on international routes. Here you can find the full list of available destinations in July from Istria.
Traditionally, Pula will have the largest number of available routes from or to Russia. In total, there will be 12 weekly flights to Pula from 5 different airlines:
Aeroflot, 6 times a week to Moscow (SVO), aircraft type A321,
S7 Airlines, 3 times a week to Moscow (DME), aircraft type A320,
Ural Airlines, once a week to Moscow (ZIA), aircraft type A321,
Azimuth Airlines, once a week to Rostov-on-Don, aircraft type Sukhoi Su-9,
Azur Air, once a week to St. Petersburg, aircraft type B757.
In addition to Russia, several routes have been announced from Ukraine, from the capital Kyiv. Pula and Kyiv will be directly connected as many as 7 times a week:
Windrose Airlines, 3 times a week to Kyiv, aircraft type A321 and E145,
Ukraine International, 2 times a week to Kyiv, aircraft type B737-800,
SkyUp Airlines, 2 times a week to Kyiv, aircraft type B737-700.
Ryanair scheduled flights from Pula to several destinations (B737-800 aircraft are announced on all flights):
to Poznan, 2 times a week,
to Brussels Charleroi, 3 times a week,
to Frankfurt Hahn, 2 times a week,
to London Stansted, 3 times a week.
EasyJet came back at Pula Airport, until end of this month the airline will operate on following routes (with A319 and A320 aircraft):
to Paris, 3 times a week,
to Berlin, 3 times a week,
to Basel, 2 times a week,
to Amsterdam, 2 times a week,
to Bristol, once a week.
Eurowings will operate on just two routes to Pula Airport with A319 aircraft:
to Cologne, 2 times a week,
to Dusseldorf, once a week.
In addition to Eurowings, to and from Germany, Lufthansa will have two routes to Pula Airport. Route from Frankfurt will operate 3 times a week (CRJ900), while the route from Munich will operate 2 times a week (also CRJ900).
Transavia will come back to Pula with route from Eindhoven, 3 times a week with B737-700 and -800 aircraft, Air Serbia will re-introduce route from Belgrade 2 times a week (ATR75), while Edelweiss will again connect Pula with Zurich, once a week.
SAS Scandinavian Airlines already operates on Copenhagen - Pula route, this route will continue with 4 weekly flights (A320 aircraft). The airline is also resuming route from Stockholm to Pula, 2 times a week. TUI Belgium will deploy E190 aircraft on Brussels - Pula route, 2 times a week.
Croatia Airlines will connect Pula, Zadar and Zagreb with 12 weekly flights, while Trade Air continue to operate 2 weekly flights between Pula, Split and Osijek.
These are significantly more international (and domestic) flights compared to last summer's season. Given the epidemiological picture and the reduced restrictive measures for travel between countries, it was to be expected that a larger number of airlines would resume traffic to the heart of Istria.
Pula will have almost 80 weekly aircraft operations on 30 routes from the middle of this month, which is positive result compared to the same period last year.