Jet2 to launch new Pula route in 2019

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Low cost carrier Jet2.com will introduce flights from Birmingham to Pula next year. The airline will maintain one weekly flight between the two cities, each Sunday, between May 12 until October 13, with a Boeing 737-800 aircraft. Currently, TUI Airways maintains flights between Birmingham and Pula. Further flight details for the new route can be found here.

The new service marks an early announcement for next year as the airport continues to register significant passenger growth so far in 2018. During the January - April period, Pula Airport welcomed 26.250 travellers, an increase of 65.2% on last year. 

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  1. Why do the British announce 2019 routes now, when the 2018 summer season still didn't kick off?

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    1. If there's no demand for it they would not launch it

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  2. Because English like to book their holidays in advance!

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  3. It just amazing how pula is doing, especially with UK carriers...
    I mean after TUI's deployment of dreamliner with 345seats every Tuesday from Gatwick., and behind that decision as they said is 98% load factor on theirs flights to pula...
    There is no doubt that more is coming....

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    1. They came with a 787-8 Dreamliner with 300 seats instead of the 787-9 yesterday.

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  4. bravo Pula!

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  5. I expect PUY to have more than 700k passengers this year... maybe they’ll even surpass the record year of 1987.

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    1. Obviously,because record from 1987. is below 700k :D

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    2. The record is actually 701,370 according to PUY airport website, marked in 1987. :)

      But it will be hard... I think this year will stand close to 700k. Maybe 680k or 690k. The seasonality is too large, in winter only OU and EW have scheduled flights.

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  6. Bravo Hrvatska!

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  7. It's amazing how all these U K airlines can make a success of flying to Croatia,and have increased flight's year on year, yet OU have decreased their flight's to the UK!

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