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Which are the airlines offering the best connections to the Greek islands

A big number of the islands in the Mediterranean sea belong to Greece. Greek islands attract millions of visitors every year and are only accessible by air or sea. While an extensive connection of ferries exist, some journeys may take 10h or more, hence reaching Greek islands by air is mostly recommended. 

Connecting flights at Brussels South Charleroi airport: Useful tips for transit passengers

Brussels South Charleroi airport (CRL) is located some 50 km south of Brussels near the town of Charleroi. It is a regional airport especially designed to serve low fare airlines. The airport currently handles more than 8 million passengers annually. It is a base of Ryanair, Wizzair and TUIfly airlines, providing links to destinations across Europe and North Africa.

Connecting at Istanbul New Airport: Useful information for transit passengers

As of 6th of April 2019, Istanbul has a new airport in operation. It is called Istanbul Airport (In Turkish: Istanbul Havalimani) and is located some 35 km north of the city center on the Black Sea coast in the European side of Istanbul. The old main International airport - Istanbul Ataturk Airport has been shut down for commercial operations. The IATA designator “IST” formerly used by Ataturk airport is transferred to the new airport.

Connecting times at Istanbul Ataturk and Sabiha Gokcen airports

There are two major airports in Istanbul - Ataturk International and Sabiha Gokcen situated at both sides of the Bosphorus. The bigger airport is Ataturk, located at the European side of Istanbul and is also the major hub for Turkish Airlines. Ataturk Airport has 2 main terminals - Domestic and International.

Self-connecting in London: Useful tips for transit passengers

London with its 5 airports is a major hub, where millions of people connect every year. Apart of being home to British Airways, London is also a hub for Ryanair, Wizzair, easyJet, Virgin, and a number of other airlines. The availability of so many low fare airlines turns London into a true self-connecting hub. Let’s start with outlining the airports located around the city of London. 

Self-connecting at London Luton Airport | Useful tips

London Luton Airport (LTN) is used primarily by low fare airlines and serves over 12 million passengers annually. Self-connecting at London Luton Airport means that you arrive at Luton on a flight from your origin destination and shortly afterwards you depart on another flight to your final destination, holding two separate tickets for your journey.

Connecting at London Stansted Airport - useful tips for transit passengers

London Stansted (STN) was built as a point to point airport. It lacks transit passenger infrastructure typical for hubs like London Heathrow. Nevertheless, thousands of people use Stansted airport for connecting flights as it is one of UK biggest airports and the largest base of Ryanair. The following article provides useful tips for transiting. 

Connecting flights at Warsaw Modlin Airport

Warsaw Modlin airport is the second airport serving the capital of Poland. It opened in 2012 at premises formerly used as military airfield. Its passenger traffic is generated exclusively by low cost carriers. Warsaw Modlin is also one of the bases of Ryanair.

What you need to know about Emirates Fly Dubai Connecting flights

In order to achieve schedules’ synergy Emirates airlines and Fly Dubai have entered into partnership agreement, under which you can fly on Fly Dubai network with an Emirates tickets. If you hold such a ticket, there are a few important things to note. 
 

Air Serbia, surprisingly good for connecting flights

Air Serbia, an Etihad partner, over the past few years has developed as a good connecting flights operator. A successor of the former JAT Airways, Air Serbia maintains a good regional network in the west balkans. 
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