British Airways on Wednesday announced its Greece summer 2015 schedule which links London to six Greek islands, two of which are new destinations for the airline.
In addition to flights to Kos, Rhodes, Mykonos and Santorini, this summer British Airways is flying direct to Heraklion and Corfu. The last British Airways flight to Heraklion was some 30 years ago.
“This demonstrates the distint support of the airline to Greek tourism and gives even more passengers the possibility to visit these destinations”, British Airways said in an announcement.
According to the summer schedule, the British airline will connect London to Kos twice a week, every Tuesday and Saturday; to Rhodes twice a week, every Wednesday and Saturday; to Heraklion four times a week, every Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday; to Corfu four times a week, every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Monday; to Mykonos four times a week, every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday; and to Santorini twice a week, every Tuesday and Thursday, until the end of the season.
“British Airways continues to invest in the Greek market, expand its route network and proceed with actions that will boost tourism, local communities and their economies”, said Freddie Stier, the commercial manager of British Airways in Greece.