Civil Aviation Authority announced a tender for 10 subsidized remote airline destinations in Greece

Civil Aviation Authority announced a tender for 10 subsidized remote airline destinations in Greece, based on a decision by Infrastructure, Transport and Networks Minister Christos Spirtzis.

The authority invited interested community airlines to submit bids for the operation of 10 regular airline flights: Thessaloniki-Corfu, Thessaloniki-Skyros, Alexandroupolis-Sitia, Aktio-Sitia, Corfu-Aktio-Cephalonia-Zakynthos, Limnos-Mytilene-Chios-Samos-Rhodes, Rhodes-Kos-Kalymnos-Leros-Astypalea, Athens-Mylos, Athens-Naxos, Athens-Sitia.
These airline destinations will be offered for the period from April 1, 2017 until March 31, 2021.

The maximun financial annual subsidy per line is set at 312,000 for the Thessaloniki-Corfu, 260,000 for Thessaloniki-Skyros, 416,000 for Alexandroupoli-Sitia, 416,000 for Aktio-Sitia, 800,000 for Corfu-Aktio-Cephalonia-Zakynthos, 1,100,000 euros for Limnos-Mytilene-Chios-Samos-Rhodes, 800,000 euros for Rhodes-Kos-Kalymnos-Leros-Astypalea, 924,000 euros for Athens-Milos, 484,000 euros for Athens-Naxos and 484,000 euros for Athens-Sitia.