| Air Connection from Thessaloniki to Dortmund
EasyJet, a pioneer low-fares airline company, inaugurated a new service from Thessaloniki to Dortmund.
EasyJet, which already flies from Athens to Milan, London, Paris and Berlin, adds a new flight from Thessaloniki to Dortmund.
It is the first time that EasyJet expands in Greece beyond Athens and “Eleftherios Venizelos” International Airport.
This new air link leaving from “Makedonia”Airport of Thessaloniki, will be added to the 289 destinations of EasyJet network.
Continuing this expansion in Greece, EasyJet inaugurated a new service from Athens to Paris.
EasyJet has already transferred over 2 million travelers from and to Athens, 450.000 of which traveled during the last 12 moths. With this new addition, it is estimated, that there will be 44 weekly flights (1 daily flight to Berlin, Milan, Paris and London Luton, as and 2 daily flights to Gatwick and 3 daily flights to Dortmund). It will then transfer 600.000 travelers in Greece. 40.000 of these travelers will be flying from Thessaloniki to Dortmund.
This increase was due to:
The addition of “Makedonia” Airport
The raise of flights to the Airport of Gatwick
The new flights from Athens to Paris Orly and from Thessaloniki to Dortmund.
The Nomarch of Thessaloniki Mr. Panagiotis Psomiadis was invited to inaugurate this new service and cut the ribbon.
Mr. Arnaldo Munoz, General Manager in South Europe said about the new service “ It is fantastic news for everyone travelling from north Greece. We are very pleased to add the beautiful town of Thessaloniki and the Airport of “Makedonia” in our network. We are the only airline company connecting Thessaloniki to Dortmund. We now offer Greeks the chance to visit more places, their family and friends, as and new corporate opportunities to the Greek businessmen”.
There will be three times weekly services from Thessaloniki to Dortmund. The tickets will be available at www.easyjet.com/el with prices starting from €34.99 (simple transition), taxes included.
Author: Aspasia Polymerou