to fly from Greece to Italy starting in April

Spanish low-cost carrier Volotea announced it will be using Athens International Airport as a hub as of spring, when it will start operating scheduled flights from the Greek capital to four destinations in Italy and even a domestic service.

Volotea chief executive Carlos Munoz stated in Athens that the airline will fly from Athens to Venice, Bari, Palermo and Pisa as well as to Santorini, starting from April.

The airline has been operating charter flights to 10 Greek airports since 2012, has brought over 190,000 passengers and is also planning to expand to the airports of Thessaloniki and Zakynthos.

source: ekathomerini

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