Spanish low-cost carrier Volotea announced on Thursday that it would introduce flight services to and from Athens International Airport beginning in April 2015.
The airline will offer flights from Athens to Santorini four times a week beginning at the end of May until September, while as of next year’s summer season it will link Athens with Venice (3 flights a week, April-October beginning on April 3), Bari (2 flights a week, June-September beginning on June 1), Palermo (2 flights a week, June-September beginning on June 26) and Pisa/Tuscany (2 flights a week, June-September beginning on May 29).
Furthermore, in April, it plans to introduce flight services to and from the airports of Thessaloniki and Zakynthos.
Airline CEO Carlos Munoz announced that certain of the flight services are likely to continue through next winter if there is a demand.
The airline company has been active on the Greek market since 2012, has transported roughly 190,000 passengers and offers charter flights to ten Greek airports.