• 3 Dec 2018, 16:40
  • Liu Yang

Ryanair to launch 2 new routes to/from Dublin in summer 2019!

Ryanair expansion

Ryanair is expanding its route network. The budget airline has just announced 2 new routes from Dublin to attractive destinations in Croatia!

Today the low-cost carrier has unveiled its plans that it will operate 2 new routes from Dublin, Ireland to Split and Dubrovnik as part of its significantly expanded Summer 2019 schedule. Ryanair’s Dublin Summer 2019 schedule offers 100 routes, including 13 new routes to Bodrum, Bordeaux, Bournemouth, Caligari, Dubrovnik, Frankfurt, Gothenburg, Kyiv, London Southend, Lourdes, Luxembourg, Split and Thessaloniki, with over 800 weekly flights.

New routes:
✈ Dublin – Dubrovnik (2x weekly), from Jun 2
✈ Dublin – Split (2x weekly), from Jun 1

How to book:
Visit Ryanair.com

Baggage policy:
Priority Boarding passengers: 2 free carry-on bags (1 cabin bag 55 × 40 × 20 cm, up to 10 kg plus 1 small bag (40 x 20 x 25 cm)
Non-priority passengers: 1 small carry-on bag (40 x 20 x 25 cm)

Accommodation:
In Dubrovnik we recommend Villa Doris with a good price and very good reviews. The property enjoys a quiet location on a beautiful bay in the picturesque village of Stikovica, 6 km nort-west from Dubrovnik and only 50 m from the sea. This charming, family-run building is a typical Dalmatian villa, more than a century old. After a thorough renovation, it was turned into a modern guest house with spacious and well-equipped apartments. All apartments and studio apartments are equipped with mini kitchens and utensils. There’s a grill on the terrace, too and all guests are welcome to use it free of charge.

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