Aiming to to reinforce the coverage of its domestic network, Greek airline SKY express has brought the new generation of ATR 72-600 aircraft to Greece for the first time.
Offering a unique flight experience and renowned for its eco-friendliness and fuel efficiency, the state-of-the-art ATR 72-600 aircraft meets all specific requirements of national aviation.
The choice to use the aircraft was made in the context of SKY express’ investment in upgrading and modernizing its already “green” fleet, ranking first in the country in terms of fleet aggregate.
With the acquisition of the new aircraft during this demanding period for Greek tourism, SKY express will comfortably serve 35 regional destinations, from Crete to Alexandroupolis and from Corfu to Ikaria.
“At SKY express our commitment to a ‘cleaner’ future for flights is perpetual. It is proven with our investments in new-generation aircraft that save fuel and reduce environmental footprint. We will continue to combine the joy of traveling with a policy that shows sensitivity and honors the trust of our customers,” Theodoros Krokidas, Chairman of the Board of SKY express, said.
According to ATR Chief Executive, Stefano Bortoli, the ATR 72-600 is the sustainable benchmark in regional aviation today.
“We hope that airlines all over the world will follow the example set by SKY express and put their faith in turboprop aircraft, which are the economical solution to reducing emissions in aviation,” Bortoli said.