Specifically, it will link M. Britain with 4 new destinations in the Greek islands, Kos, Corfu, Rhodes and Heraklion.
The flights will be two a week to Kos and Rhodes, and four a week to Corfu and Heraklion.
Furthermore, flights will be increased to Mykonos and Santorini. To Mykonos there will be six flights a week, to Santorini five flights a week from Heathrow and London City. Also, as every summer, they bring back the flights to Thessaloniki with four weekly flights from Gatwick.
The British Airways, continues to support and strengthen its network to / from Athens, with the line Athens - London to celebrate 84 years of regular service.
Note that they began to fly to Athens in 1928 with exceptional and charter flights (up to 1931).
Today, Athens is served by four flights a day. This summer, British Airways will operate 55 scheduled flights per week, providing the traveling public more than 10,000 seats, on routes between Greece and England.