Aer Lingus to launch Split flights


Ireland's Aer Lingus has announced it will introduce seasonal summer flights between Dublin and Split next year. The new service is part of the carrier's expansion push which will see it commence services to Miami and Porto as well. Aer Lingus will begin operations to Split on May 27, twice per week, with an Airbus A320 aircraft. Flights will run until September 30. The new service will complement its existing seasonal flights to Dubrovnik and Pula. The carrier initially planned to upgrade its Dubrovnik service to year-round operations this winter, however, this did not materialise. Further details for the new Dublin - Split flights can be found here.


  1. Anonymous14:49

    Finally- nice addition to Dubrovnik and Pula :)

  2. Anonymous16:42

    Bravo Hrvatska!


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