British Airways is adding flights to Kalamata on the Peloponnese as well as Chania, Crete and more for the popular islands of Corfu and Santorini, popular with British tourists.
The airline will now have eight London-to-Greece destinations, including Irakleio (Herakleion) on Crete, Corfu, Kos, Rhodes, Mykonos, and Thessaloniki. The new routes will begin from April 30.
Chania and Kalamata will have two direct flights per week while Corfu will have six and Santorini will have four. Kos and Mykonos will have two flights per week, Irakleio five flights per week, Rhodes two flights per week and Thessaloniki four flights per week, the UK carrier announced.
“These destinations will give our passengers the opportunity to enhance their travel experience and be flexible about their travel choices,” Freddie Stier, British Airways’ Commercial Manager for Greece, Turkey and Cyprus, said.