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A Total of 235 International Flights to Land on Wednesday at Greek Airports

ATHENS — Greece on Wednesday opened its doors to welcome with safety over 230 international flights at the country's airports, including the airports of Athens and Thessaloniki.

According to the Civil Aviation Agency, 235 international flights are scheduled to land on Wednesday at Greek airports.

Specifically, 69 flights will land at Athens International Airport, 21 at Corfu, 16 at Chania, 54 at Heraklio, 10 at Mykonos, 4 at Santorini, 8 at Kos, 14 at Rhodes, 23 at Thessaloniki, 2 at Skiathos, 5 at Zakynthos, 2 at Aktio, 1 at Kalamata, 2 at Cephallonia, 1 at Paros, 1 at Karpathos and 2 at Samos.

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