Sky Express is a Greek airline chartering domestic services between Crete, Athens and other Greek destinations.
From it's base at Heraklion Airport in Crete and Athens International Airport, the airline flies to many domestic cities and islands including, Alexandoupolis, Astypalaia, Athens, Cephalonia, Chios, Corfu, Heraklion, Ikaria, Karpathos, Kefalonia, Kos, Kasos, Kythira, Limnos, Leros, Mytilini, Milos, Naxos, Paros, Preveza, Rhodes, Samos, Santorini, Skiathos, Sitia, Skyros, Thessaloniki, Volos, Zakynthos.
Sky Express currently operates flights between the following destinations:
Alexandroupolis International Airport
Astypalaia Island National Airport
Athens International Airport
Cephalonia International Airport
Chios Island National Airport
Corfu International Airport
Heraklion International Airport Hub
Karpathos Island National Airport (Summer seasonal)
Kos Island International Airport
Kithira Island National Airport
Lemnos International Airport
Mytilene International Airport
Aktion National Airport
Rhodes International Airport
Samos International Airport
Sitia Public Airport
Skyros Island National Airport
Thessaloniki International Airport
Nea Anchialos National Airport, Volos (Summer seasonal)
Zakynthos International Airport
Sky Express baggage allowance is dependant on the fares chosen by the passenger. Fares include one checked in piece of baggage, and one piece of hand luggage.
All fares include one piece of hand luggage with a maximum weight of 6kg and maximum dimensions of 45cm x 35cm x 20cm.
All In fares include one checked in bag up to a maximum weight of 25kg
Plus fares include one checked in bag up to a maximum weight of 15kg
Just Fly fares include one checked in bag up to a maximum weight of 13kg
Children have the same baggage allowance as adults, except for infants, who will not have a baggage allowance, but are allowed a special seat carriage, which is usually charged by the airline.
Sky Express' fleet comprises of ATR42 & ATR72 and JS41 aircrafts. The ATR42 & ATT72 aircrafts have capacity of 48 & 70 seats and the crew is consisted of two cockpit crew members and one (or two in ATR72) cabin crew member. They are spacious aircraft with two double lines of leather seats for comfort and style.
Athens International Airport is the Greek airport that has the most amount of traffic in the country. Currently the most important airline that has its home base at this airport is Aegean Airlines.
Athens Airport has two runaways and can handle 17 million capacity per annum.
Other airlines which use Athens International Airport include Air China, Air France, Air Serbia, Austrian Airlines, EgyptAir, Astra Airlines, Scandinavian Airlines, Turkish Airlines and Vueling.