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Ryanair launches Service to Zadar From Newcastle and Liverpool for Summer 2021

Starting in July, Ryanair will offer once-weekly service from Newcastle and two weekly flights from Liverpool to Zadar in Croatia. Tickets on both routes are now available from £19.99, for travel through October 2021.

Ryanair launches Service to Zadar, Croatia from Newcastle and Liverpool for Summer 2021 - Courtesy Ryanair

On Tuesday (March 30, 2021), Ryanair announced the launch of new service between both Newcastle and Liverpool and Zadar, Croatia for summer 2021. Starting in July, the carrier will offer one weekly flight from Newcastle and two weekly flights from Liverpool to Zadar, Croatia’s oldest city. To celebrate the launch of the new routes, Ryanair is offering introductory fares from only £19.99, for travel through October 2021.

In Tuesday’s announcement, Ryanair’s Commercial Director, Jason McGuinness, said,

“We are pleased to announce a new Newcastle [and Liverpool] to Zadar route, commencing in July 2021 and flying once weekly as part of our UK Summer 2021 schedule. Mindful that Covid restrictions change regularly, customers can now book flights for a well-deserved break knowing that if they need to postpone or change their travel dates, they can do so up to two times with a zero change fee until the end of October 2021. To celebrate this new Zadar route, we are launching a seat sale with fares available from just £19.99 for travel until the end of October 2021, which must be booked by midnight Thursday, 1st April 2021. Since these amazing low fares will be snapped up quickly, customers should log onto to avoid missing out.”

Also commenting on the new service to Zadar, Newcastle International Airport’s Head of Aviation Development, Leon McQuaid, said,

“It’s fantastic to see more great news from Ryanair for the region today with the announcement of Zadar, a brand new destination for Newcastle International Airport this summer. As well as being home to some of Croatia’s best beaches Zadar also provides easy access to three stunning national parks, popular with hikers and rock climbers, and is the main gateway to many of Croatia’s most popular music festivals. Zadar is now the ninth Ryanair destination from Newcastle International Airport, and in addition to Chania announced last week it provides even more choice for the North East traveling public. We are very much looking forward to welcoming passengers from across the region when travel restrictions are eased.”

Liverpool John Lennon Airport’s Director of Aviation Development, Paul Winfield, added,

“It’s great to see Ryanair’s commitment to Liverpool, the City Region and beyond continue with the return of their flights to Zadar, their third new route to be announced from Liverpool in recent months. Throughout the lockdown we’ve continued to work with our airline partners to explore new route opportunities so that as soon as the region’s passengers can travel abroad, they will be able to jet off on a much needed holiday to a host of great destinations from Liverpool once again.”

Ryanair Holdings, plc is Europe’s largest airline conglomerate and the parent company of Buzz, Lauda, Malta Air, and Ryanair DAC. The airline usually carries over 154 million passengers annually with over 2,500 daily departures. Ryanair typically serves over 200 destinations in 40 countries with a fleet of over 400 Boeing 737 Family aircraft and 20 Airbus A320s. Currently, the low-cost carrier has an additional 210 Boeing 737-8200s on order. Ryanair has maintained a stellar safety record for 35 years and prides itself on being “Europe’s greenest cleanest airline group,” promising customers a reduction in CO2 emissions of up to 50%, versus the “Big 4 EU major airlines.”

Source: Ryanair


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