More Than 10 Mln Passengers Transported between Greece and France by Aegean

November 25, 2022

ATHENS – More than 10 million passengers have been transported between Greece and France by the airline company Aegean in recent years and it continues to increase its activity every year, the managing director of Aegean Dimitris Gerogiannis said on Friday, in his intervention at the annual conference of the French travel agencies’ network Selectour, which is taking place in Athens. In fact, he stressed the importance of the French market for Greek tourism, noting that Aegean has been systematically assisting tourist traffic to and from France for more than 20 years.

After underlining that Aegean has long-standing cooperation with the Greek National Tourist Organisation and constantly creates synergies with tourism market operators in order to highlight the attractiveness of even more Greek destinations throughout the year, he referred to the efforts made by the airline in order to offer an upgraded and unique travel experience. “A ‘hospitality’ travel experience, corresponding to the hospitality culture of the country, our people and our culture,” Gerogiannis said.

For 2023, Aegean will connect Greece with nine cities in France, while the three Greek cities in which the Greek company’s aircraft will land, transporting visitors from France, will be Athens, Heraklion and Thessaloniki.


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