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Non-stop service from Luleå to Crete, Rhodes and Turkey

2013-09-18, kl. 17:13

Non-stop flights from Luleå Airport to three perennial holiday favourites for Swedes – Crete, Rhodes and Turkey – will continue again next year with Apollo. A new addition for 2014 is that you can fly to Crete the entire summer season – from May 10 to September 27. In all, there will be some 6,100 seats to the sun next summer.

Greece was one of the most popular countries for holiday travel this past summer for Apollo, and Crete is one of the most important destinations in their offering of trips to Greece. The total number of trips on offer to western Crete will increase 20 per cent for summer 2014, with some 3,500 seats from Luleå Airport being added.

“For many years, Luleå has been one of the local airports with our best bookings, and we already have high demand for trips next summer. So we are extending the flying period  to cover the entire summer season, with the option of one- and two-week trips,” says Kajsa Moström, communication manager at Apollo.

By flying non-stop to Chania, passengers reach the popular towns of western Crete. In addition to Crete, people can also fly non-stop again next summer to Rhodes and Turkey, other popular destinations with many returning holiday-makers. You can fly to Rhodes before and after the summer season, May 11–June 1 and August 17–September 28.

The trips to Turkey, for one or two weeks, leave on Saturday during the period April 19–June 14, with about 800 seats. Passengers can reach the holiday destinations of Alanya, Antalya, Belek and Side with their non-stop flight.

“We are very pleased that Apollo is offering more departures to Crete from Luleå Airport and that they are continuing service to Rhodes and Turkey next summer as well. There is great demand for non-stop service, and we are especially happy that Apollo is extending its post-summer season,” says Ann-Christin Viklund, airport director at Luleå Airport.