Transavia to launch new Pula service


Low cost carrier Transavia will introduce flights between Rotterdam The Hague Airport and Pula this summer season. Services will commence July 8 and run twice per week until October 2. Flights will initially operate each Tuesday and Saturday before shifting to Mondays and Thursdays. “We are seeing increasing demand for Eastern Europe. From the Netherlands, we currently offer three destinations in Croatia (Dubrovnik, Split and Pula) and from this spring we will start flying routes to Serbia, Poland, Slovenia, Albania and Bulgaria from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. We are doing this so we can offer the broadest possible network within Europe for all our passengers”, Erik-Jan Gelink, Transavia's Chief Commercial Officer said. Further details for the new Rottrdam - Pula flights can be found here.


  1. Anonymous11:44

    Bravo Istra! :)

  2. Anonymous12:54

    Transavia and Eurowings are hitting Ryan, already troubled by Brexit, hard. We will see what will happen eventually.

  3. Anonymous13:00

    Amsterdam - SKP / OHD would be clever for them

  4. Anonymous13:13

    Only Pristina not deserved :-(

  5. Anonymous00:00

    I heard Transavia has also plans to open Eindhoven - Zadar


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