Greek airline Sky express, having evaluated the situation on Rhodes due to the recent wildfires, announced on Sunday that it will operate all flights to and from Rhodes International Airport “Diagoras” as scheduled.
However, the airline is offering passengers with tickets for flights booked to and from Rhodes until July 31, 2023, the option to change their travel plans if they wish. More specifically, Sky express is offering:
– a free of charge rebook for a future flight until August 31, 2023, or
– the issuance of one voucher of the same price value, valid for 12 months for any destination of the SKY express network.
Customers that would like further information or want to make changes to their bookings can contact SKY express on its special contact line: +30 215 215 6513.
Since the wildfires started on Rhodes, the airline has been collaborating with the HUMANITY GREECE organization to carry all essential supplies needed to the island. The airline said it will continue to do so, as long as there is a need for the emergency transport of goods.
The company said its primary concern is to maintain the operation of its flights to Rhodes in order to secure the transport and interconnection of passengers, special personnel (such as PPC linemen) and basic necessities.
In this scope, the personnel of both ground handling companies SKYserv and Swissport -companies that are part of IOGR Group to which SKY express also belongs to- has been reinforced as additional staff has traveled to Rhodes airport in order to support the airline’s passengers.