Thomson to deploy 787 Dreamliner to Pula


Thomson Airways will upgrade its equipment on seasonal flights between London Gatwick and Pula next summer by introducing the 300-seat Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner aircraft on the route. The service will run twice per week from May 1, 2018, with the B787 utilised on Tuesdays and the B757 on Saturdays. As a result, Pula will become the second airport in Croatia with scheduled Dreamliner flights, as Thomson already operates the type on its services to Dubrovnik. Thomson's B787-8 has the capacity to seat 47 passengers in its Premium Club cabin and a further 253 in economy.

Thomson B787 economy class cabin


  1. Anonymous14:53

    The Dubrovnik-Gatwick Dreamliner service increases to three per week in 2018!

    1. Anonymous19:49

      LGW 2 weekly (Thu, Sun)
      MAN 1 weekly (Thu)

  2. Anonymous16:09

    This is pretty amazing, especially when you consider how few wide bodies are used on intra European flights. Good job!

    1. Anonymous19:17

      Widebodies are not uncommon in the charter market.

    2. Anonymous19:56

      would be nice to see some in Croatia originating in Northern Europe


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