Skyexpress departs from MUC to Athens

Skyexpress Airbus A320-351N (Photo: Alex Tino Friedel/Flughafen München GmbH).
Skyexpress Airbus A320-351N (Photo: Alex Tino Friedel/Flughafen München GmbH).

Skyexpress departs from MUC to Athens

Skyexpress Airbus A320-351N (Photo: Alex Tino Friedel/Flughafen München GmbH).
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With the start of the winter flight schedule, the Greek airline Skyexpress is expanding its range of flights between Munich and Athens.

They go to their hub in the Greek capital five times a week. The flights are scheduled to land in Munich on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays to Sundays at 11:55 a.m. and depart one hour later for Athens. From there, passengers can reach a total of 34 connecting destinations in Greece. New Airbus A320neo short-haul aircraft will be used. On the first flights, all passengers received a sweet surprise in the form of gingerbread hearts, as the airport announced in a broadcast.

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