S7 Airlines will launch scheduled flights from St. Petersburg to Pula, Croatia, starting on May 27, 2018.
Flights from Pulkovo Airport to Pula will be carried out on Sundays starting May 27, 2018. Flights will depart from St. Petersburg at 07:05 and arrive at Pula Airport at 09:15 local time. Return flights will depart at 10:10 and arrive at Pulkovo Airport at 14:20. The flights will be carried out on Airbus A319 aircraft.
Pula is the oldest Croatian city on the Adriatic coast where you can find one of the largest preserved amphitheatres of the Roman Empire, which is considered to be the city’s main attraction. If you go to Pula, you can also plan a visit to other fascinating Croatian cities in Istria, such as Rovinj, Poreč and Rijeka. Besides, here you can take a ferry to Italian Venice.
S7 Airlines is actively expanding the geography of flights from Pulkovo Airport to Western Europe. Direct scheduled flights of S7 Airlines from St. Petersburg to Alicante in Spain, Pisa in Italy and Scandinavian capitals — Copenhagen and Stockholm —will also be available in the summer season.
Copyright Photo: S7 Airlines (Siberia Airlines) Airbus A319-114 VP-BTN (msn 1126) (Oneworld) FRA (Bernhard Ross). Image: 921254.
Limitless Airways (Rijeka, Croatia) started passenger operations on May 23 with this leased former China Eastern Airbus A320-214 now registered 9A-SLA (msn 828) (below). The airliner has been placed into service in this all-white condition and is leased from GECAS. The new airline is operating between Rijeka, Croatia and Gothenburg, Sweden and Kokkola, Finland.
The new airline issue this statement:
On May 23, Limitless Airways officially started with its operations.
In cooperation with Scandjet Travel, our first travellers were people from Sweden and Finland, returning to their homes from holiday. After that we flew new tourists back to Croatia, from Gothenburg and Kokkola.
SkyGreece Airlines (Athens) has announced it will start weekly seasonal operations between Toronto (Pearson) and Zagreb, Croatia on June 22, 2015 with its 274-seat Boeing 767-300 ERs. The flights will operate until October 15.
European Coastal Airlines-ECA (Zagreb, Croatia) is a new seaplane operator founded in 2000. Ever since its foundation it has been working on the infrastructural in Croatia to start regularly scheduled seaplane operations to connect major cities and the islands along the Croatian coast. The goal is to connect all 66 inhabited islands of Croatia as well as expand operations later to Italy, Monaco and Greece.
The new seaplane carrier is planning to launch scheduled passenger flights later this month with a fleet of de Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otters and Grumman G-21A Goose aircraft. The first flight will connect Split Airport with the resort destination of Jelsa on the island of Hvar. The new airline will also soon operate flights from Pula, Rab, Split and Zadar.
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All images by European Coastal Airlines.
Above: The cockpit of the DHC-6 Twin Otter 9A-TOA.