Jet2 is reintroducing lines from the UK to Split and Dubrovnik

According to the statement of Prime Minister Boris Johnson, as of July 19, Great Britain will abolish all measures, which means that the British will be able to travel abroad, and that upon their return to the country ...

According to Prime Minister Boris Johnson, from 19 July the UK repeals all measures, which means that the British will be able to travel abroad, and that upon returning to the country they will no longer have to undergo mandatory self-isolation.

Airlines reacted immediately to this announcement - booking has increased, and numerous routes are being reintroduced, including those to Croatia. The third largest airline in the UK, Jet2, from July 19 introduces almost 40 lines according to popular tourist destinations in Greece, Italy and Croatia, he writes Croatian Aviation, and from the end of this month introduces even nine lines to Croatian airports.

This is a direct consequence of the announced lifting of measures, because the company reacted immediately after the announcement and opened a reservation on a number of routes, and in just a few days many flights were sold out, which only confirms that passengers are eager to travel. Given that Croatia is currently on the list that guarantees British tourists return to the country without going into self-isolation, the company confirms that the interest in holidays in our country since the end of July is extremely high.

Jet2, the third largest company in the country - after British Airways and EasyJet - connects the UK with a number of destinations, and through its sister company Jet2 Holidays offers holiday arrangements abroad that include a flight.

Of the nine regular lines to Croatia introduced by Jet2, most are to Split Airport. The planes will arrive in Split from London i Leeds twice a week, three times a week from Manchester, and once a week from East Midlands, Birmingham i Edinburgh.

In addition to Split, Jet2 returns another destination in Croatia - Dubrovnik Airport. From the end of July, three international lines have been announced - from Birmingham, London i Manchester two times a week.

For now, a smaller number of lines to Dubrovnik Airport has been announced, but the company leaves the possibility of increasing lines and operations to Dubrovnik as early as August, subject to a good epidemiological situation in both countries.

In the last week of July, when all 9 mentioned lines to Croatia will start operating, Jet2 will do a total of 46 return flights and offer almost 8700 seats towards, ie from Croatia. All lines of this British airline will be operated by B737-800 aircraft, with a capacity of 189 seats.

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