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United Will Have Daily N.Y. Area to Athens Flights 2016, May-Oct.

United Airlines has announced that beginning on May 25, 2016 it will schedule direct flights from Newark, NJ to Athens on a daily basis, Greek Travel Pages (GTP) reported.

The flights, between Newark’s Liberty Airport and Athens’ Venizelos airport, will operate using Boeing 767-300 aircraft.

The daily flight is scheduled as follows: to depart Newark at 5:40PM Eastern Time and arrive in Athens at 10:40AM, Greek time, the following morning. The flight from Athens to Newark would leave Venizelos at 12:30PM Greek time and arrive at Liberty at 4:30PM, Eastern Time, the same day.

This flight route is scheduled to run through October 5, 2016.

“United continues to add routes where our customers want to travel, when they want to travel,” said United’s VP of Network Brian Znotins, GTP reported.

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