Foreign airlines choose Greece
With tourism arrivals expected to set a new record this summer, foreign airlines are strengthening their presence in the Greek market. These are not last-minute decisions, given that by early 2023 flights to Greece had already exceeded those of 2019.
Total capacity is significantly greater, also due to the numerous foreign airlines offering dozens of scheduled and chartered flights to Greece. These include Air Astana from Kazakhstan, which will connect Iraklio with Almaty, the largest city in the Central Asian country, with four flights per week, lasting 5.5-6.5 hours, from this Thursday.
Low-cost airline Pegasus will connect Istanbul with Rhodes and Mytilini twice a week from June 1. From June 14, Kuwait Airways will operate twice-a-week flights to Athens and Mykonos. These two Greek destinations have been chosen by the airline "after a thorough study based on...