The Greek airline SKY-express will launch at the winter season direct flights from Athens to three new destinations: Frankfurt, Dusseldorf and Warsaw.
From Athens, it will strengthen its flight program to Germany by adding Frankfurt International Airport (FRA), the largest airport in Germany and the third in Europe, as well as Düsseldorf International Airport (DUS), the third air hub in Germany. As a reminder, it has already announced Munich airport among the new destinations served next October.
At the same time, SKY express brings Athens even closer to North-Central Europe and the capital of Poland with direct flights to Warsaw Chopin International Airport (WAW). Reservations for these new services are already available and passengers will be able to board the first flight on October 29, 2023.
-Athens – Frankfurt: 6 times a week, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Sunday
-Athens – Düsseldorf: 4 times a week, Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday
-Athens – Warsaw: 5 times a week, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Sunday
The opening of these three new destinations will allow SKY express to have a total of 15 international destinations, while serving 34 domestic destinations. The private Greek company expects to carry 4.4 million passengers this year.