EasyJet launches flights from Glasgow to Croatia and Greece for summer

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Chania on the Greek Island of Crete
Chania on the Greek Island of Crete

EasyJet has launched two exciting new routes from Glasgow Airport, just in time for planning some last-minute summer holidays.

Starting this week, the airline will offer services to Pula in Croatia and Chania on the Greek Island of Crete.

Both destinations are famed for their crystal clear waters and rocky coastlines which have seen them described as the ideal places to 'unwind and recharge in the sun.'

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Glasgow Times: Pictured from left to right: Darren Dewar, Cpt Andrew Mullen, Lisa Delisle, FO Mark Degnan and Cherelle Galt
Glasgow Times: Pictured from left to right: Darren Dewar, Cpt Andrew Mullen, Lisa Delisle, FO Mark Degnan and Cherelle Galt

Pictured from left to right: Darren Dewar, Cpt Andrew Mullen, Lisa Delisle, FO Mark Degnan and Cherelle Galt

The inaugural flight from Glasgow to Pula took to the skies yesterday afternoon and will now operate up to twice a week on Mondays and Fridays.

Tomorrow will see the first flight of the summer season to Chania which will then run twice weekly on Wednesdays and Sundays until September 4.

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Christopher Tibbett, Head of Airline Relations at Glasgow Airport, said: “The launch of these new routes to Pula and Chania from Glasgow Airport are both welcome and timely as we enter the popular summer holiday season.

“A large number of our passengers haven’t been overseas in nearly three years and are rightly keen to enjoy a well-deserved sunshine break.

"The addition of these easyJet services not only delivers two more fantastic destinations for Scottish travellers to explore, but also demonstrates that our industry is on the path to recovery.”

For more information on EasyJet flights click here.

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