Ellinair has announced it will add two more aircraft to grow its fleet to 10 aircraft: 3 144-seat Airbus A319s, 5 180-seat Airbus A320s and 2 148-seat Boeing 737-300s (Boeings to be retired in 2019).
The aircraft will operate from four bases, namely from Thessaloniki, Heraklion, Corfu and Moscow.
The company will concentrate on the routes to and from Crete, where this year Ellinair will fly to Heraklion from Thessaloniki, Athens, Moscow, Berlin, Munich, St. Petersburg, Belgrade, Bucharest and Cluj Napoca (Romania), Katowice (Poland), Kiev and Lviv (Ukraine) and Tbilisi (Georgia).
Routes from Crete (Heraklion):
For the coming summer season the company will operate to Stuttgart, Munich, Frankfurt, Berlin, Clus, Warsaw, Katowice, Tallinn, Riga and Belgrade, while at the same time maintaining the linking Thessaloniki with 17 Russian cities, 5 Ukrainian cities, 2 cities
Kazakhstan and the capital of Georgia, Tbilisi.
Top Copyright Photo (all others by Ellinair): Ellinair Airbus A319-133 SX-EMB (msn 3705) FCO (Jacques Guillem). Image: 935177.
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