easyJet, Europe’s leading airline, announced today the launch of a new route from Pula to Berlin Tegel.So now passengers from Croatia, as well as tourists, have the opportunity to use easyJet to connect with Berlin’s new Tegel Airport.In the summer season, Pula and Berlin will be connected three times a week, on Mondays, Fridays and Saturdays, starting on August 03, 2018. easyJet has announced 23 new routes from Berlin Tegel Airport and sold more than 3,8 million seats for the summer season since March 25 to October 27, 2018. easyJet offers a leading network of routes from Berlin with a total of 95 destinations from Tegel and Schönefeld airports, providing great value to business and leisure travelers.“I am pleased to announce today a new route from Pula as part of our expansion at Berlin Tegel Airport. easyJet grows rapidly at Pula Airport since the introduction of our first flight in June 2015, Berlin Tegel is easyJet’s ninth destination from Pula Airport, with existing flights to Europe’s major airports including London Gatwick, Milan Malpensa and Paris Charles de Gaulle . The new Tegel Airport service will complement our existing three-weekly flight from Pula to Berlin Schönefeld and strengthen the connection between Pula and the German capital. ” said Thomas Haagensen, CEO of easyJet EuropeBy the way, easyJet flies on the most popular European routes than any other airline. easyJet flies with a fleet of over 280 aircraft on more than 890 routes to over 140 airports in 31 countries, and perhaps the most important fact is that more than 300 million Europeans live within an hour’s drive of easyJet Airport. Traffic connectivity is the first prerequisite for tourism development, and now we “only” have to sell an authentic story as a motive for coming.
All requests with the corresponding prescribed documentation received as of this date will be put into regular processing and, in the case of a positive decision, will be approved under the existing conditions of the lending program, HBOR points out. HBOR has so far received 325 applications from small and medium-sized enterprises in tourism for loan approval under this program. We would like to remind you that the Ministry of Tourism has provided HRK 26 million to subsidize the interest rate of up to two percentage points for lending to liquidity of entrepreneurs in tourism activities under the COVID – 19 Measure, thus making up to HRK 600 million of favorable loans for jobs and liquidity. Due to the great interest of entrepreneurs, and limited subsidy funds, HBOR will receive applications for loans under the Working capital program for SMEs in tourism (Measure COVID – 19) until June 5, 2020.