Wizz Air has announced plans to fly between London Luton airport and Dubrovnik this summer.
The four-times-weekly seasonal service (Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday) will launch on July 4, with fares starting from £26.99 one-way.
Flights will depart Luton at 1620, arriving into Dubrovnik at 2005, before returning at 2050 and landing back into London at 2245.
Several other carriers offer flights between London and the southern Croatian city – British Airways flies from Gatwick and Heathrow, while Easyjet operates from Gatwick and Jet 2 flies from Stansted.
Wizz recently announced plans to expand at Luton following the acquisition of two daily slot pairs at from Vueling, with increased frequencies on six routes including Iasi and Wroclaw.
Wizz Air to expand at Luton following acquisition of Vueling slots
Commenting on the news Marion Geoffroy, managing director of Wizz Air UK, said:
“We are pleased to announce the addition of yet another exciting new route from our base at London Luton Airport, as we offer our customers even more choice for their summer holidays, alongside ultra-low fares and high-quality onboard service.
“Dubrovnik is the perfect summer getaway, offering customers beautiful beaches, warm weather, and friendly hospitality. We look forward to welcoming passengers onboard our young, efficient and sustainable aircraft as they head off for their summer holidays abroad.”