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Volotea to Connect Athens with Mykonos and Mytilini Next Summer

Volotea on Tuesday announced that it will launch flights connecting the Greek capital to Mykonos and Mytilini (Lesvos) next summer, bringing the routes it serves from Athens International Airport to six.

Transavia Briefs Thessaloniki Travel Agents on New Flights

Thessaloniki-based travel agents and tourism professionals were briefed last week on new flights by Transavia that cover travel between the Northern Greek city and Paris, France.

Traffic and Flights Pick Up Pace at Athens Airport

As the summer season sets in, travelers are flocking to Greece and more new flights are landing by the day at Athens International Airport, which is recording a 20 percent increase in passenger traffic, 140 new routes, 189 boosted flights plus 10 new destinations.

Etihad Airways Increases Flights To Athens, Greece

Etihad Airways recently announced it will boost frequency and capacity to Athens, Greece, adding depth to its expanding network, while enhancing connectivity over its Abu Dhabi hub.

Greek Tourism Expected To Soar With More Flights In 2014

After last year's record 17.92 million arrivals, the momentum is continuing. Greece should expect another record year in tourism, according to recently released data on the expected passenger traffic at the country's airports in 2014.

Summer 2014: Athens To Welcome 150 New Airline Routes

2014 may be considered a "year of recovery" for Athens International Airport (AIA) in terms of passenger traffic since 150 new weekly flights are scheduled to connect the Greek capital with international destinations.

Thessaloniki To Welcome Passengers From New Destinations In Spring 2014

The Thessaloniki Tourism Organization welcomed the recent announcement made by Ryanair on the creation of a hub in the Greek Northern city.
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Aegean Airlines Announces New Routes Program For 2013

Aegean Airlines presented its new routes program that includes the addition of 29 new scheduled international routes from a total of 12 airports, eight of which function as bases of the company.