Aviation group Air France-KLM has concluded a new agreement with the Greek Sky Express. Part of the agreement is the streamlining of services between Paris, Amsterdam and Greek destinations.

Customers can now fly with a single ticket between Charles de Gaulle or Schiphol airports and 24 Greek destinations. In the first instance, flights are made to Athens, after which Sky Express handles the local routes with smaller aircraft.

According to Sky Express, the cooperation benefits, among other things, tourism on the Greek islands. Air France offers 39 flights to Athens every week. KLM flies fourteen times a week to the Greek capital. The collaboration also facilitates travel arrangements.

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