Jun 21, 2021 9:25 AM
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to revolutionize flight planning to European destinations. The airline Lumiwings announced that “flights to the Greek islands have suffered from cancellations due to ongoing anti-Covid-19 restrictions that do not allow for proper planning due to ongoing cancellations”. For Greece, Zakynthos destinations remain active, from July 21 every Wednesday, and Kefalonia, from July 26 every Monday. So there are no more Santorini, Rhodes, Heraklion and Corfu. “All passengers who cancel the flight will be compensated with the same payment method as they purchased the ticket – contacted -. Anyone interested can choose other active destinations for Lumiwings. For any need, the care service can be contacted @ lumiwings.com.”
Just a week ago, Lumiwings’ second plane has landed and will be stationed at Ridolphi Airport, a Boeing 737-700 NG from Thessaloniki. This aircraft is of the latest generation, has a range of six hours and can carry up to 149 passengers. “Forli is a very important city for us – confirmed Dimitrios Krimiotis, CEO of Lumiwings – and in these first months we are fully satisfied with our air traffic considering the moment we are in.”
Other reductions concern EgoAirways: connections with Bari and Brindisi have been removed from the booking portal, while flights to Catania (Mon, Wed, Fri, Sun), Cagliari (Monday, Friday), Lamezia Terme (from July 6) and Comiso – Ragusa (from July 4) , Olbia (from 2 July), Mykonos in Greece (from 25 July) and Ibiza in Spain (from 31 July).
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