Starting in the summer 2021 season, the Greek airline will offer more than 100 destinations around the world, including five new routes from France.
In order to better irrigate the country and support the revival of the tourism industry in Greece, Aegean Airlines will significantly strengthen its network for the 2021 summer season. The carrier will position between 17 and 20 aircraft from its fleet departing from regional Greek airports to offer a total of 65 scheduled international routes. Four aircraft will be positioned in Thessaloniki, 7 to 8 in Heraklion, 2 to 4 in Rhodes, 1 in Chania, Corfu, Mykonos and Santorini. These scheduled routes will be supplemented by 50 additional rotations dedicated to charter flights, bringing the number of destinations served to more than 100. 37 to 40 aircraft will remain in Athens, Aegean Airlines' main hub.
5 new routes out of France
From France, Aegean Airlines plans to resume service from April 2021 to a total of 8 airports (Paris, Lyon, Marseille, Bordeaux, Toulouse, Nantes, Brest and Deauville) to 6 destinations (Thessaloniki, Heraklion, Rhodes, Santorini, Mykonos and Corfu). The company will thus operate 17 different routes and up to 40 flights per week. Aegean will also inaugurate five new routes from France: Paris CDG-Santorini (2 weekly flights), Paris CDG-Mykonos (3 weekly flights), Paris CDG-Corfu (2 weekly flights), Lyon-Mykonos (2 weekly flights) and Lyon-Corfu (2 weekly flights). In addition, Aegean Airlines will operate flights already in operation from Paris CDG (Heraklion 7/7, Rhodes 3/7), Brest (Heraklion 1/7), Bordeaux (Heraklion 2/7), Deauville (Heraklion 1/7), Lyon (Heraklion 3/7, Rhodes 2/7), Marseille (Heraklion 2/7, Rhodes 1/7), Nantes (Heraklion 3/7), Toulouse (Heraklion 2/7).