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Zela Aviation Partners with Fly2Sky, Offers Chartered Flights from Crete and Rhodes

Cyprus-based air charter group Zela Aviation has entered into a partnership with Fly2Sky to offer chartered flights from/to the airports of Rhodes and Crete’s Heraklion and Chania.

Bulgaria-based Fly2Sky offers leisure trips with A320 and A321 aircraft under the strictest safety criteria set by the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).

“Through its collaboration with Fly2Sky, Zela Aviation promises a summer full of trips to southern Greece, always putting the safety and protection of its passenger first,” the company said in an announcement.

The flexible, credible Airbus 320 of Fly2Sky will be available for flights to southern Greece. It will conduct chartered flights from/to the airports of Crete and Rhodes, five days a week, starting in mid-June.

The Airbus 320 offers 180 seats providing passengers with a great flying experience. It is available for tourism purposes but also for the ad-hoc transportation of groups during their missions in Greece or abroad.

Zela Aviation offers its services in accordance with the health protocols announced against Covid-19, in order to provide a safe traveling experience to its passengers this summer.

“Ready to strengthen its position in Southern Greece, Zela Aviation is offering the traveling public a new experience in this summer’s travels,” the company said.

Zela Aviation and Fly2Sky operate offices in Cyprus, the UK, Greece and Bulgaria.

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