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Brussels Airlines Resumes Athens Flights After Two-Year Absence

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Harro-Julius Petersen, Lufthansa's general manager for Greece and Cyprus; Ioanna Papadopoulou, Athens International Airport's director of communications and marketing; and Andreas Weingartner, Brussels Airlines' regional director.

Harro-Julius Petersen, Lufthansa’s general manager for Greece and Cyprus; Ioanna Papadopoulou, Athens International Airport’s director of communications and marketing; and Andreas Weingartner, Brussels Airlines’ regional director.

Brussels Airlines, the flag carrier of Belgium, has announced a resumption of services to Athens, Greece, after a two-year absence.

The airline will operate three flights per week, every Tuesday, Friday and Sunday, from Brussels Airport to Athens International Airport.

A fourth route will be added every Saturday during high season, in July and August.

Departure from Brussels will be in the morning and from Athens in early evening, giving passengers the opportunity to travel on the airline’s connecting flights to France, the United Kingdom, Spain and the Inited States.

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