Greek carrier Sky Express joins Worldwide by Easyjet – Business Traveller

Sky Express has become the latest carrier to join the Worldwide by Easyjet connections service.

The move will allow customers to book tickets through the Easyjet website, for self-connecting flights with Sky Express via Athens, Thessaloniki, Corfu, Zakynthos, Preveza, Kefalonia, Rhodes, Larnaca, Chania and Heraklion to over 20 new Greek destinations, including:

Mytilene, Paros, Icaria, Astypalaia, Naxos, Vathi, Scio, Lemnos, Karpathos, Kythera, Milos, Alexandroupoli, Kastoria, Skiros, Kozani, Kasos Island, Sitia, Syros, Kalymnos and Laros Island

Easyjet launched Worldwide in 2017 with airlines Norwegian and Westjet, and has since expanded the service to 18 partners including Corsair, La Compagnie, LoganairSingapore Airlines and its low-cost subsidiary ScootAir TransatVirgin AtlanticEmiratesCathay Pacific, Etihad Airways. and Icelandair.

Virgin Atlantic recently extended its Worldwide by Easyjet partnership to include connections at Manchester, Edinburgh and Belfast International airports.

Virgin Atlantic extends Worldwide by Easyjet to Belfast, Edinburgh and Manchester

Under the Worldwide programme, connecting passengers are subject to minimum connection times, and flights are not held. If a passenger misses their connecting flight they are transferred to the next available service.

Commenting on the news Sophie Dekkers, chief commercial officer, at Easyjet, said:

“At Easyjet we’re committed to making travel as easy as possible as well as providing great value and more choice for our customers when they travel. We are delighted to be working with Sky Express to open up access to even more new destinations this summer and explore all that Greece and its islands have to offer, through our innovative Worldwide by Easyjet platform.

“We look forward to taking customers on their long-awaited holidays and we are confident these additions to our Worldwide service will be very popular with those looking for a seamless way to explore more beautiful sun-kissed islands

“We have been delighted with the appetite of partner airlines to expand Worldwide across our network thanks to our reputation for great value fares, excellent customer service, and our strong positions at Europe’s leading airports and we remain focussed on offering our unique connections service at more major airports across our network.”

Sky Express was founded in 2005, and flies to 48 destinations in eight countries, offering what it says is the largest network of destinations within Greece.

Last summer the airline launched new flights between Heathrow and Athens.

Sky Express to launch London Heathrow-Athens route,

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