Cyprus Airways, the Cypriot national carrier, announced its summer program to 11 destinations to support the tourism recovery effort.
The company will operate flights from Cyprus to Greece at 4 airports in the country: Thessaloniki every Tuesday and Saturday, Heraklion every Thursday and Sunday, Preveza every Wednesday, and Skiathos every Monday and Thursday.
Turkey's flag carrier on June 5 announced a 15-month daily flight record in Europe, indicating a strong recovery from the pre-pandemic era.
Despite the significant impact of pandemic-linked concerns on the aviation sector, Turkish Airlines operated 863 flights on June 4 alone, according to a press release.
"The flights of our planes on the Moscow-Berlin and Berlin-Moscow routes have been canceled, because the German authorities did not give approval," it is stated in the announcement S7, which is transmitted by TASS.
All passengers from the canceled flights will be reimbursed, the Russian company S7 confirmed.
"This is your first chance to return to Europe… Don't miss it," Bloomberg News reported about American holidays in Greece.
Even before Greece announced on April 19 that it would be the first European country to host Americans - including those unvaccinated - demand for summer travel to the Aegean had risen.
Turkey's flag carrier Turkish Airlines ranked first in Europe in terms of the daily number of flights between Feb. 8 and Feb. 15, according to data from the European Organization for Air Navigation Safety (Eurocontrol).
Turkish Airlines operated on average 592 flights a day in the said period, while Turkey's low-cost carrier Pegasus came in third in the list at 263 flights.
Beginning June 3, American Airlines will launch a new service for the summer 2021 season from Athens to New York (JFK) on a Boeing 777-200. Flights will be available for booking beginning this Monday, January 25.
Onboard customers can choose to travel in Flagship Business, Premium Economy or Main Cabin, while WiFi and inflight entertainment will be available throughout the aircraft.