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Easyjet celebrates flying 1 million passengers at Dubrovnik!

Easyjet celebrates flying 1 million passengers at Dubrovnik!

Europe’s leading airline, easyJet, is today celebrating carrying 1 million passengers to and from Dubrovnik in Croatia.

Since 2009, easyJet has made it available for people to travel to and from Dubrovnik at affordable prices. The airline first flew to Dubrovnik from London Gatwick airport, with the same excellent customer service it has now. It now flies to and from 12 destinations from Dubrovnik Airport across 6 countries, including Amsterdam, Berlin, London Gatwick, London Luton, London Stansted and Milan Malpensa. EasyJet carries over 70 million passengers annually.

As a result of their low fares and friendly service, 1 million people have chosen easyJet to fly them to and from the beautiful Croatian city of Dubrovnik. The UK’s largest airline will continue to expand and grow both in Croatia and the rest of Europe and passengers departing from Dubrovnik are taking more chances to connect to Europe’s primary destinations at affordable fare.

EasyJet offers over 820 routes across its entire European network on more than 250 aircraft.

Dimitris Schoinas, Senior Route Manager for easyJet commented that “We are extremely happy to be reaching our 1 million passenger milestone at Dubrovnik airport in the beautiful Croatia which is proving very popular among European holidaymakers. We have come a long way since our first flight to Croatia in 2009, and we are looking forward to the future, as we fly our next million passengers to and from Dubrovnik.”

Whilst Frano Luetić, the Deputy Director General at Dubrovnik Airport, said: “We thank EasyJet very much for outstanding cooperation during the entirely period of operation into Dubrovnik. Also we could confirm the huge contribution of EasyJet to increase of our passenger numbers. EasyJet is now ranked as second carrier at our airport according to passenger numbers volume taking into consideration that more than 55 carriers are operating into our station.”