Ellinair has announced the re-opening of its twice-weekly Athens-Thessaloniki flights starting Friday, 17 June. These flights will be carried out on Fridays and Sundays by an Airbus A319.
In addition, regular flights on the route Thessaloniki-Heraklion will be increased from 3 times a week to 4 times a week (Mon-Wed-Fri-Sun) as of Monday, 13 June.
In addition, Santorini will again be linked with Athens and Thessaloniki thanks to the resumption of Thessaloniki-Santorini flights 4 times weekly(Mon-Thu-Fri-Sun) and Athens-Santorini flights 3 times weekly (Mon-Wed-Fri). Simultaneously, Ellinair launches flights Heraklion-Santorini, which will be carried out by a Boeing 737 on Mondays and Wednesdays.
Also, starting from Sunday, 26 June, Thessaloniki-Rhodes flights on an Airbus A319 will be carried out twice weekly on Tuesdays and Sundays. Ellinair is also launching flights Thessaloniki-Kythira, which will be executed on an Avro RJ85 every Thursday and Sunday beginning on Thursday, 7 July.
All passengers on Ellinair flights can enjoy free luggage allowance of 20 kilos, along with free hand luggage allowance of up to 8 kilos, depending on the type of aircraft.