Frankfurt, Dusseldorf & Warsaw Say Hello to SKY express

Frankfurt, Dusseldorf & Warsaw Say Hello to SKY express
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SKY express has this week announced plans to launch services to three destinations: Frankfurt, Dusseldorf, and Warsaw.

This represents a significant investment into Germany, with the two new destinations joining Munich.

Services to the Polish capital will bring Athens closer to the end of Eastern Europe.

Frankfurt, Dusseldorf & Warsaw Represent Significant Expansion for SKY express…

Frankfurt, Dusseldorf & Warsaw Say Hello to SKY express
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All three services from Athens to Frankfurt, Dusseldorf, and Warsaw will begin on October 29, with the airline providing the following detail in terms of scheduling via press release:

1. Athens – Frankfurt:

  • Frequency: 6 times a week
  • Flight Days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Sunday

2. Athens – Düsseldorf:

  • Frequency: 4 times a week
  • Flight Days: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday

3. Athens – Warsaw:

  • Frequency: 5 times a week
  • Flight Days: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Sunday

Gerasimos Skaltas, the Chief Commercial Director of SKY express commented on this expansion:

“The expansion of our flight schedule to three very strategic airports in Europe confirms our commitment to create even more connectivity opportunities for the country by serving our passengers all year round on the most competitive terms.”

“The addition of the three new destinations of Frankfurt, Düsseldorf, and Warsaw gives further impetus to the implementation of our long-term plan.”

Such route expansion to these destinations is reflective of the carrier’s prediction of significant growth this year, with 4.4m passengers expected to be handled across 54,000 flights and to serve more than 65 destinations.

All eyes are on the airline to see how the rest of the year will perform for them.

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