British Airways adds new flights to Greece


British Airways announced on Monday the addition of two more Greek destinations out of London for this summer, as it will operate two flights per week to Hania and Kalamata from April 28.

It will also further strengthen its schedule for Corfu and Santorini, two of Greece’s most popular islands.

Therefore, as of this month and for the entire tourism season, Britain’s biggest carrier will fly from London to Kos, Rhodes, Myconos, Hania and Kalamata twice weekly, to Santorini and Thessaloniki four times per week, five times to Iraklio on Crete and six to Corfu.

Flights to all of the above Greek destinations are from Heathrow and Gatwick on Airbus A319 and A320 aircraft.