Greek airline Aegean is announcing further adjustments in its network for June, July and August 2020.
From June 15th onwards, the frequencies of domestic flights to and from all airports in Greece, as well as international destinations and frequencies to and from Athens and Thessaloniki, will be gradually increasing.
As of July 1st, and subject to further ease of travel restrictions, the summer network, both in terms of frequencies and number of destinations, will be resumed.
The entire 31 destinations domestic network that recurrently operated throughout the lockdown, will be also increased progressively, in order to facilitate the connectivity of island destinations with the international network.
By July 15th, Aegean will fly to 42 international destinations from Athens and 7 destinations from Thessaloniki.
By June 15th, it will be further announced the direct international network from Aegean’s hubs in Heraklion, Rhodes and Chania with flights starting early in July.
Aegean expects, that by July 15th, about 1,000 flights will be operated per week
Aegean expects, that by July 15th, about 1,000 flights will be operated per week, while by the end of August the number of operating flights, will reach 1,600.
As a result, the total network at its peak, is estimated to be smaller by 50% from the initial planning before the Covid-19 pandemic.