EDINBURGH Airport will offer flights to two more new holiday destinations this summer, including a first service to Croatia. City-based Flyglobespan has announced it will provide a weekly service to Mahon in Menorca, as well as the first flights to the increasingly popular Croatian resort of Pula. The service to the Balearic island will provide the first non-chartered flights to Menorca, allowing customers to book flights without them being part of a package holiday. The Croatia flights also add to the range of worldwide destinations on offer at the airport, and join other new routes announced this year, including Helsinki in Finland, Warsaw in Poland and Geneva in Switzerland. Flights to Mahon will start at Ā£35.99, while Pula fares begin at Ā£59.99, both including tax. Both services begin in May and will run to October, taking the company's portfolio of destinations for this summer to 13. The low-cost operator, which launched in 2002 and is one of Britain's fastest-growing airlines, said that if demand for the flights was high, it would consider adding both to their list of year-round destinations.