EasyJet, Europe's second-largest low-cost carrier will fly to Pula starting June 23, 2015. That's its third destination in Croatia - the remaining two are Split and Dubrovnik. EasyJet also flew to Zagreb until October 2014, when it axed its last link with the Croatian capital (Zagreb - London).
EasyJet will fly on the route Pula - London (Gatwick, LGW) from June 23 to October 24, 2015, twice a week - on Tuesdays and Saturdays. On the new route EasyJet competes against Ryanair, which will also connect Pula with London during the summer season (from March 29 to October 21, 2015), but via Stansted airport. Ryanair flies from Pula to London 2-4 times a week.
Excluding administration fee, EasyJet currently offers one-way tickets starting from 24,86 EUR for direction Pula -> London and from 31,98 EUR for the direction London -> Pula.
As two low-cost carriers fly between Pula and London, you can combine them for return trips. For example, you can fly from Pula to London with Ryanair and return with EasyJet or vice versa.
Ryanair's prices are slightly lower, but overall the Irish airline will fly between Pula and London a bit longer - from March 29 to October 21, 2015, i. e. almost seven months in total.