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Volos to Welcome Charter Flights from Israel this Summer

View of Volos Port from the Aegli Hotel.

View of Volos Port

The city of Volos and Mount Pelion in central Greece, this summer will welcome travelers from Israel through a new weekly charter flight launched by Tel Aviv-based Arkia Airlines.

Starting on June 29 and until September 2021, charter flights will be conducted between Tel Aviv and the airport of Nea Agchialos.

According to an announcement by the Municipality of Volos, the flight will depart Tel Aviv Airport on Tuesdays at 12.35pm. The return flight will depart Nea Anchialos at 4pm on the same day.

The new air service is part of the tourism packages offered by a large Israeli tour operator for holidays to Volos and Mount Pelion.

Photo source: Arkia Airlines

Photo source: Arkia Airlines

The tourism department of the Volos Municipality made the announcement after Arkia Airlines confirmed in a letter sent to the Greek National Tourism Organization office in Israel that it will include Volos in its flight schedule for the summer season.

“This new development will enhance our stable and multiyear connection of our destinations with the Israeli market, that has been developed through the continuous presence and actions of our tourism bodies and particularly the Magnesia Hoteliers Associaiton, the area’s tourism professionals and local authorities,” the municipality said.

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