• 29 Nov 2023, 19:10
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Ryanair opens Dubrovnik base and launches 14 new routes

Today (Wednesday 29th November), Ryanair announced its new base at Dubrovnik Airport starting from April 2024, basing 2 “Gamechanger” Boeing 8-200 aircraft (a $200m investment), and creating up to 500 local jobs (including 60 high-paid jobs for pilots and cabin crew)!

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According with the website of the Irish low-cost carrier, Dubrovnik will become Ryanair’s third Croatian base in addition to the long-standing Zadar base and recently-opened Zagreb base, further increasing Ryanair’s presence in Croatia with 18 exciting Dubrovnik routes for Summer ‘24, including 14 new routes to major cities such as Berlin, Brussels, Helsinki, London, Milan, Paris, Rome, Stockholm, and Wroclaw, as well as increased frequencies on the popular Dublin and Vienna routes.

New Routes:
Dubrovnik – Berlin
✈️ Dubrovnik – Brussels
✈️ Dubrovnik – Helsinki
✈️ Dubrovnik – London STN
✈️ Dubrovnik – Milan BGY
✈️ Dubrovnik – Paris BVA
✈️ Dubrovnik – Rome
✈️ Dubrovnik – Stockholm ARN
✈️ Dubrovnik – Wroclaw
✈️ Dubrovnik – Karlsruhe
✈️ Dubrovnik – Krakow
✈️ Dubrovnik – Memmingen
✈️ Dubrovnik – Poznan
✈️ Dubrovnik – Dusseldorf Weeze

Baggage allowance:
One personal item per passenger.

Speaking from Dubrovnik, Ryanair’s Chief Commercial Officer, Jason McGuinness said:

“As Europe’s and Croatia’s largest and fastest-growing airline, Ryanair is delighted to announce our new Summer ‘24 base at Dubrovnik (with 2 “Gamechanger” Boeing 8-200 aircraft), complementing our existing Zagreb and Zadar bases. This represents a further $200m investment ($800m total across 3 bases) in Croatia, creating over 60 high-paid jobs for pilots and cabin crew while also supporting over 500 local jobs in Dubrovnik through our delivery of year-round tourism and connectivity.

Ryanair’s “Gamechanger” Boeing 8-200 base in Dubrovnik will significantly boost Croatia’s connectivity in an environmentally sustainable manner, expanding our current 2 route offering to/from Dubrovnik to 18 routes, including exciting new connections to some of Europe’s largest cities like Berlin, Brussels, Helsinki, London, Milan, Paris, Rome, Stockholm, and Wroclaw.

As the fastest-growing airline in Europe and Croatia, underpinned by our ground-breaking 300 Boeing MAX-10 aircraft order, Ryanair is best positioned to support Croatia’s post-Covid recovery and growth, delivering Europe’s lowest fares and unbeatable choice to our Croatian citizens and visitors from Summer ‘24.”

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