Lufthansa includes Santorini and Corfu in its summer schedule
German airlines Lufthansa included two Greek islands, Santorini and Corfu, in 2016 summer schedule for Greece.
An airlink from Munich to Santorini and Corfu will be held ones a week in order to facilitate the passengers increased demand for the Greek islands during the summer.
According to the German company the two flights are expected to operate in mid-May 2016.
The first flight to Santorini will take off from Munich airport on Saturday 14 May at 14:40 (Munich time) and will land on Santorini at 18:15 (Athens time) and will leave for Germany at 19:05.
The first flight to Corfu will depart from Munich on Sunday 15 May at 06:45 (Munich time) and will arrive on Corfu at 09:45 (Athens time) and an hour later will leave for Germany.
Both itineraries will continue throughout the summer.
“We are very satisfied with the passengers traffic to and from Greece. The Greek tourism is rising and Lufthansa support the increasing demand. This summer we increased the capacity to Greece by 16 percent and we maintaned 90 percent occupancy. For Lufthansa Greece is considered as one of the countries with the higher perspectives of further growth in passengers traffic”, underlined the chief of sales services and passengers of Lufthansa in Greece and Cyprus Harro Julius Petersen.
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