The Greek city of Volos today receives the first flight of the tourist season – 189 passengers from Paris.
The tourist season in Volos officially opens today as 189 passengers arrive from France, Charles de Gaulle airport. The Transavia France plane landed shortly before 07:00 this morning at the Volos State Airport, in Nea Anchialos.
The first tourists were greeted with an enchanting “water show”. The cannon jets created a water arch at the end of the runway right in front of the airport terminal. The first French tourists will head mainly to Club Méditerranée, which is located in the Lihad area.
According to airport manager Kostas Eustafiu, the schedule of arrivals from Germany, Great Britain, France, the Netherlands and Israel will be finally approved in June, although it is possible that additional routes may appear from new destinations in Europe, but this will be done a little later, presumably in second half of June.
Currently, the German Condor has announced regular weekly flights to Volos from Dusseldorf and Frankfurt from 5 June, EasyJet from 12 June from London, and flights from Tel Aviv will begin from the end of the month.