Low-cost airline carrier easyJet has launched two new direct flights from Rome, Italy, to the Greek destinations Thessaloniki and Rhodes.
Flight’s from Rome’s Leonardo da Vinci Fiumicino Airport to Thessaloniki’s Macedonia Airport will begin as of 2 April with three direct flights per week. The route will be served with Airbus A319 aircraft.
Also, from 17 June, easyJet will connect Rome with Diagoras Airport on Rhodes with four direct flights a week.
“We listen to the needs of our customers and respond by creating new connections,” Stefanos Vakirtzis, easyjet’s regional ground operations manager, said in an announcement.
Rome-Thessaloniki and Rome-Rhodes flights are available for booking as of 23 January.