More flights from the US to Greece and Thessaloniki, says US Ambassador Tsunis

More flights from the US to Greece and Thessaloniki, says US Ambassador Tsunis


The need for more flights from the United States to all of Greece and in particular Thessaloniki, emphasized the US Ambassador to Greece George Tsunis speaking at the conference “ Greece Talks_Thessalonika: Thessaly on the tourist map”, organized by in collaboration with at the Megaro Mousikis, CE Report quotes Athens-Macedonian

Regarding the initiatives that exist to increase the air connections between the US and Greece, Tsunis clarified that “ We are pressing on this, not only to increase them, but to bring them to Thessaloniki as well”. He stressed that United would be the most likely candidate airline to do so, due to the connectivity that is necessary, that is, people coming from the United States, going to Thessaloniki and then able to travel to the Balkans. Tsunis stressed that there are no flights from Miami, Texas, Seattle, San Francisco, Silicon Valley and the second largest market in the US, Los Angeles.

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