Delta and Greece’s SKY Express announce interline agreement

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Delta Air Lines and Greek airline SKY Express have announced an interline agreement to offer customers convenient connections between North America and Greece. This summer, the U.S. airline is offering a record number of flights between the United States and Athens, with service from Atlanta, Boston and New York-JFK.

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Starting today, Delta customers traveling from North America will be able to fly on one of Delta’s daily nonstop services to Athens and then connect to 34 destinations in Greece and Cyprus operated by SKY Express.

“Greece is one of the most sought-after destinations this summer for U.S. travelers, and with increased trade and tourism flows between our countries, Delta’s partnership with SKY express offers our customers more versatility when planning the perfect Greek getaway,” said Perry Cantarutti, Delta’s senior vice president of Alliances.

“With one of the youngest fleets and an unmatched network, this agreement with Delta will allow customers across the U.S. to connect with the magical allure of the Greek islands,” said Yiannis Lidakis, Chief Commercial Officer, SKY Express.

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The partnership is another milestone for Delta, offering increased network opportunities for North American customers and enhanced connections to Greece. The new routes complement the Delta and SKY Express destinations available through existing agreements with Air France and KLM via Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Amsterdam Airport Schiphol.

SKY Express operates a fleet of Airbus A320neo and ATR 72 600 aircraft, adapted to the geographical environment of the Greek islands.