Airberlin expands flights to Greece

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Airberlin, Germany's second largest airline, is expanding its tourist flights to Greece this summer. With 11% increase in flights frequency compared to summer 2013, Airberlin is now launching 171 flights per week to airports in mainland Greece and the Greek islands.

Specifically, Airberlin is offering seven additional flights a week to the airport of Heraklion on Crete. There will also be three more flights per week to Kos and Santorini, flying in total seven times a week to Santorini and 21 times to Kos.

The air line has added one extra flight per week to each of the following destinations: Chania, Rhodes, Kalamata, Lesvos, Mykonos, Samos and Zakynthos, giving the chance to more visitors to visit the country.