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Seaplanes Get Green Light in Magnesia

The Ministry of Mercantile Marine, The Aegean and Island Policy recently granted permission for the operation of waterways for seaplane flights in Magnesia.

Waterways are to open at the ports of Volos, Skiathos and Skopelos (Glossa harbor), which are not included in the Natura areas. The request for the port of Alonissos is to be considered separately due to the national marine park of the island.

The Mexican-American company Argo Ways has announced that it is ready to begin the Volos-Piraeus seaplane itinerary, each of which can carry 21 passengers.

The time distance from the port of Volos to the Flisvos marina is 40 minutes and the ticket is estimated to cost 50 euros.

The company also has plans to launch two daily seaplane connections from Volos to Piraeus, while the extension of the Volos-Thessaloniki route and the itineraries of Volos to the islands of the Northern Sporades are also under consideration.

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Nikos is Greek-American born in New York, USA, and has lived in Greece for over 30 years. He is the managing editor of Greece's leading monthly travel and tourism guide, the Greek Travel Pages (GTP) since June 2008 and of news site GTP Headlines since its launch in September 2012. Nikos has also served as international press officer for the City of Athens and for the mayor. He has a degree in Mass Media and Communications, specializing in Journalism. Nikos is a native English speaker and speaks Greek fluently.

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