Thomas Cook Group Airlines will operate direct flights to 16 Greek and two Cypriot destinations from cities in Germany, Belgium and the United Kingdom, from April to the end of October, according to its flightplan for summer 2016 announced on Tuesday.
In Greece, the group will operate flights from Araxos, Chania, Heraklion, Kalamata, Kavala, Corfu, Kos, Lesvos, Mykonos, Preveza, Rhodes, Santorini, Skiathos, Volos, Zakynthos and Kefalonia to eight airports in Germany, two airports in Belgium and 10 airports in the UK.
From Cyprus, Thomas Cook will fly from Paphos and Larnaca to two airports in Belgium and 10 airports in the UK.
The group, which includes leisure airline Condor [DE], Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium (HQ) and Thomas Cook Airlines UK (MT), is based in Germany, the UK and Belgium.
Thomas Cook Group Airlines’ network covers more than 70 popular destinations in Europe, Africa, Indian Ocean, North, South & Central America, Canada and the Caribbean. The fleet of the group comprises 89 aircraft types Airbus A319-320-321-330 and Boeing 757-767ER.
The group’s main bases are the airports of Frankfurt, London and Manchester, from where most of its long-haul flights depart; secondary bases are Munich and Brussels, as well as other airports in Germany and the United Kingdom.
Condor’s general sales agent (GSA) in Greece is Discover the World Greece & Cyprus.