Hardalias to Visit 18 Greek Regional Airports

ATHENS — Deputy Minister of Civil Protection and Crisis Management, Nikos Hardalias, will pay a visit to 18 regional airports of the country that will open for foreign flights on July 1. The aim is to coordinate all the procedures for the safe launch of their operation, in cooperation with the local competent authorities, while Secretary General of Civil Protection Vassilis Papageorgiou will visit the other six airports for the same purpose.

The programme of the Deputy Minister starts on Friday at 08:30 from Zakynthos and ends at 15:45 on Monday in Skyros. In detail, Nikos Hardalias will be visiting:

On Friday 26/6:

Zakynthos (08:30), Kefalonia (10:15), Corfu (12:15), Ioannina (15:00), Kalamata (18:00).

On Saturday 27/6:

Kythira (10:00), Chania (12:00), Heraklion (16:30).

On Sunday 28/6:

Karpathos (08:00), Rhodes (09:45), Kos (13:00), Samos (15:15), Chios (17:30), Mytilene (19:15).

On Monday 29/6:

Lemnos (08:00), Kavala (10:00), Skiathos (12:00), Skyros (15:45).


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