Investments in hotel infrastructure are given to highlight where they are. However, the new hotels - and especially the big ones - to have the fullest possible occupancy, need more air links. Indeed, in some cases, hoteliers and airlines are planning their planning together. An example is Andreas Andreadis, former President of the Association of Greek Tourist Enterprises and one of the largest hoteliers in Greece. Prior to launching the new Ikos Dasia Hotel in Corfu from May 2018, he had talks with British Airways to make flights to the island so he hotel and airline and benefit both at increased expense. The project succeeded and has continued. Andreadis opens in May 2019 the brand new Ikos Aria Hotel in Kefalos, Kos and again after discussions with the British airline, British Airways will start flights every Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday from May 15 to October 26, 2019. It is noteworthy that Ikos Aria's start and finish days are fully synchronized with BA's new flight dates.
The airline operates in 11 destinations in Greece: Athens, Santorini, Rhodes, Skiathos, Thessaloniki, Zakynthos, Mykonos, Kefalonia, Kalamata, Crete and Corfu. Flights to Kos will be served by a mixture of A319 and A320 aircraft from Gatwick's South Terminal.
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