British EasyJet has made changes to its flight schedule for October.
Numerous lines announced for October will now end operations by the end of September, but the company will keep 11 lines in October to Croatia, mostly with a minimum number of weekly operations, reports from Croatian Aviationa.
Lines to Zadar and Pula
The company will cut off traffic on two routes to Pula, from Bristol and London Gatwick, by the end of September, while the line from London Luton made its last flight last Saturday (September 12th).
The same is true at Zadar Airport. The last flight to Zadar will be operated by EasyJet this Saturday (September 19) on the route from Luton, while the route from Gatwick ended with traffic last Saturday. EasyJet also operated towards Pula and Zadar in previous years, but this year it will not happen.
Lines to Split and Dubrovnik
By the end of September, EasyJet will cancel two lines to Split: from Belfast and Amsterdam. The following lines remain in operation:
- Split - Basel (until 24.10.),
- Split - Bristol (until 24.10.),
- Split - Geneva (until 24.10.),
- Split - Glasgow (until 25.10.),
- Split - Gatwick (until 31.10.),
- Split - Luton (until 24.10.),
- Split - Manchester (until 27.10.).
The traffic on the mentioned lines will be modest in October, the company generally announces one flight a week. As for Durovnik, EasyJet will cancel only one line by the end of September, Dubrovnik - Geneva, and the following will remain in traffic:
- Dubrovnik - Bristol (until 28.10.),
- Dubrovnik - Edinburgh (until 24.10.),
- Dubrovnik - Gatwick (until 31.10.),
- Dubrovnik - Manchester (until 24.10.).
The company will also operate on these routes once a week through October, and further cancellations are also possible, depending on the booking for each individual flight, Croatian Aviation concludes.
Unfortunately, Croatia is still on red list in the UK, and to return from Croatia requires self-isolation for 14 days.