Greek airline Sky Express and Romanian carrier Blue Air have entered into a codeshare partnership.
According to the new agreement, Blue Air will offer its passengers from Cyprus the opportunity to travel to the Greek islands via Sky Express, while passengers from Greek Islands can book their ticket to Sky Express and fly to Larnaca via Blue Air, through Athens or Thessaloniki. Destinations from Athens include Mykonos, Santorini, Paros, Heraklion, Zakynthos, Syros, Naxos, Milos, Skiathos, Ikaria, Chios, Kythira, Karpathos and Astypalea, while destinations from Thessaloniki include Samos, Chios and Skyros.
Ioannis Lidakis, Sky Express Commercial Manager, said:
“We are pleased to announce one more agreement that strengthens our network and enhances the touristic growth of the Greek islands. The codeshare agreement between Sky Express and Blue Air connects very popular destinations such as Cyprus and the Greek Islands.
“Travelers from Cyprus will be able to enjoy the unique experience of flying with Sky Express, complemented by free access to business lounges both in Athens and Thessaloniki, free handbag and baggage and in-flight service”.
Tudor Constantinescu, Blue Air Chief Commercial Officer, said:
“Being one of Cyprus’ leading carriers, with scheduled operations to Athens and Thessaloniki, we are thrilled to be entering into a codeshare agreement with Sky Express. This collaboration will give thousands of customers the choice to experience and enjoy a wide range of destinations within the Greek islands, which are extremely popular for Cypriots. Our aim is to expand on this agreement and to spread our high-quality product even further in the Greek market via Athens and Thessaloniki. We look forward to working together with Sky Express and welcoming guests from the airline onto our flights soon.”
“Our aim is to expand on this agreement and to spread our high-quality product even further in the Greek market via Athens and Thessaloniki. We look forward to working together with Sky Express and welcoming guests from the airline onto our flights soon.”