New routes connecting Greece with important European markets

- New routes to Mykonos, Santorini, Rhodes, Thessaloniki, Corfu and Zakynthos from Volotea and Wizz Air - Airlines quickly respond to the restart of the market - "Together we can place Greek tourism back on track", G. Vilos Executive Director of Commercial and Business Development, Fraport Greece


Airlines immediately responded to the reopening of the tourist market, both by the planned restart of existing routes as well as by announcing new ones connecting the country’s regional airport with important European markets.

Volotea and Wizz Air have already announced new routes connecting some of the most popular destinations in Greece.

Volotea announced the following new routes:

  • Mykonos – Herakleion (twice a week)
  • Thessaloniki – Herakleion (twice a week)
  • Thessaloniki – Mykonos (twice a week)
  • Thessaloniki – Santorini (twice a week)
  • Corfu – Athens (four times a week until the end of July, and daily for the remainder of the summer season)

Volotea is also set to restart already established routes, connecting:

  • Santorini – Athens (31 flights a week)
  • Mykonos – Athens (28 flights a week)
  • Rhodes – Athens (7 flights a week)

Wizz Air has included the following new routes:

  • Corfu – Luton (twice a week)
  • Corfu – Vienna (twice a week)
  • Rhodes – Luton (twice a week)
  • Rhodes - Vienna (twice a week)
  • Rhodes – Tirana (twice a week)
  • Zakynthos – Luton (twice a week)
  • Zakynthos – Vienna (twice a week)

Wizz Air has already a strong presence in Greece, and continues the following routes:

  • Thessaloniki – Budapest (twice a week)
  • Thessaloniki – Kiev (3 times a week)
  • Thessaloniki – Kutaisi (twice weekly)
  • Thessaloniki – Luton (twice weekly)
  • Thessaloniki – Vienna (4 times a week)
  • Corfu – Budapest (twice weekly)
  • Corfu – Warsaw (weekly)
  • Rhodes – Budapest (twice a week)
  • Zakynthos – Budapest (weekly)

International flights to and from Thessaloniki “Makedonia” Airport are expected to commence on June 15. International flights to and from all other airports are expected to commence on July 1st.

Fraport Greece Executive Director of Commercial and Business Development George Vilos, commented: "Airlines were quick in providing a vote of confidence to the Greek tourist market and our airports, by continuing already established routes as well as by announcing new ones. We will continue to work closely with the airlines, state and local authorities so as we together put Greek tourism back on track".

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