The flights between Moscow and Athens will increase, as a result of agreement between the aviation authorities of Russia and Greece. It was agreed on the route Moscow-Athens and back to have 35 flights per week for designated carriers of Russia and Greece on an interim basis until the next round of consultations.
The new agreement will improve the traffic and accessibility of the Russian tourists on the Aegean and Mediterranean sea resorts, as the interest among them is pretty high.
For the Russian side, an additional 7 out of the 14 flights can be performed by the first designated carrier Aeroflot, while the remaining can be performed by the second designated Russian carrier.
From Greek site will be taken the another 7 flights be performed by the first designated carrier Aegean Airlines, while the remaining can be performed by the second designated Russian carrier.