Greek airline SKY express has entered into an interline agreement with American Airlines and said the deal will create the conditions for greater traveler inflow from the United States due to the possibility of booking a single ticket across the networks of both air carriers.
According to SKY express, the deal significantly facilitates the process of organizing a trip from the US to the European countries that SKY express operates and then onwards to any one of its 35 Greek destinations.
“We are excited to work with American Airlines. This collaboration is the outcome of our systematic efforts, which are acknowledged by globally acclaimed airlines that honor us with their trust,” said SKY express Commercial Director Yiannis Lidakis.
The strategic alliance with American Airlines, a leading international carrier, follows the Greek airline’s existing interline agreements with Air Serbia, Qatar Airways, Air France, KLM, Middle East Airlines and Cyprus Airways.
“It is an important factor of our strategy to upgrade our services in order to offer our passengers more options while reinforcing our country’s position as an attractive destination all year round,” Lidakis added.
With the interline agreement with American Airlines, SKY express continues its development abroad by taking another step towards its establishment in the international market while also fulfilling its commitment to support the Greek economy and the effort to attract more incoming tourism arrivals throughout the year.