New Paris Route Launched by Aegean
Greek airline Aegean has revealed that they are to take over slots from airline Olympic Air and offer travellers a number of new flights to Paris and Heathrow. Having previously revealed that four London based slots had been bought, Aegean Airlines said that they were to add new services and increase current route frequencies.
Last week Aegean revealed that it had purchased slots at Heathrow which could be sold onto other airlines or leased to other companies. However, in new developments the airline revealed that it would keep the slots for itself, making use of its new Airbus A320 and A321 to offer more travel choices to customers. A new route will be launched from London Heathrow, offering daily and direct flights to Larnaca in Cyprus. Meanwhile, the number of services between Athens and Heathrow will be doubled from two daily flights to four, giving travellers even more choice.
Elsewhere, Aegean is also to alter routes available from Paris Charles de Gaulle, with the first new addition to be a three weekly flight between the French airport and Thessaloniki. Meanwhile the current daily service between Paris and Athens will be tripled to three flights a day.
The news will especially welcomed by individuals looking to book their holidays to Greece for the summer season. So with a range of new flights and routes available, people will be able to find more services appropriate to their travel needs.