Sundair and Skyexpress expand Germany-Greece traffic

Airbus A320neo (Photo: Steffen Lorenz).
Airbus A320neo (Photo: Steffen Lorenz).

Sundair and Skyexpress expand Germany-Greece traffic

Airbus A320neo (Photo: Steffen Lorenz).
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The Greek airline Skyexpress plans to fly more frequently between Athens and Munich in the 2023 summer flight schedule. One wants to offer seven weekly rotations with Airbus A320neo in the future. This means that the route, which was previously served five times a week, will be flown daily.

Skyexpress has been expanding towards Germany for some time. However, one or the other track was discontinued after a short time without a hitch or not recorded at all. The carrier was originally a regional airline that operated turboprop aircraft for a number of years.

In the middle of the corona pandemic, the industry was surprised by the announcement that it would become one of the Airbus A320neo operators. The Greek airline's fleet currently consists of one A320ceo, eight A320neo, four ATR42-500, five ATR72-500 and six ATR72-600.

Sundair takes on Thessaloniki from Bremen

Sundair is launching a new Greece route from Bremen in the 2023 summer flight schedule. The German leisure airline intends to fly to Thessaloniki once a week from May 12, 2023. This route is to be served twice a week by May 29, 2023.

Sundair is a German leisure airline whose fleet currently consists of two Airbus A319s and three A320s. Furthermore, one currently has four aircraft of the Croatian sister company FlyAir41 in the wet lease. The Zagreb-based aviation company currently has two A319s and two A320s.

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