Greece’s largest airline, Aegean Airlines, will fly to 14 new destinations, including Croatia, from its hub in Athens from next year…
Among the new destinations that Aegean Airlines will be flying to from next year is Split on Croatia’s Dalmatian coast. The service, which will be seasonal, will start on 16 June and see twice weekly flights (Saturday, Thursday) from Athens. Aegean, who currently fly to Dubrovnik, will be the only airline which will operate non-stop flights to Split from Greece.
“Exactly two years following the acquisition of Olympic Air, we have generated significant momentum thanks to the synergies and cooperation of an excellent team of people”, Vice Chairman of Aegean and Olympic Air, Eftichios Vassilakis, said at a press conference in Athens yesterday.
Aegean Airlines will also from 2016 fly direct to Ljubljana in Slovenia, Dublin, Nice, Lille, Naples, Bari, Luxembourg, Amsterdam, Lisbon, Palma de Mallorca, Jeddah, Krakow and Vilnius, Ex-YU aviation News reported.