Speaking at a press conference to mark the occasion, Jeyhun Efendi, senior vice president, commercial operations, flydubai, said, “As the first carrier to operate direct flights from Dubai to Thessaloniki we are excited about the new opportunities that this route will provide for trade and tourism between the UAE and Greece. Thessaloniki remains a popular leisure destination.”
Trade between the UAE and Greece continues to grow. According to the company, there are more than 170 Greek companies currently registered with the Dubai Chamber of Commerce. Greece has also been working closely with the UAE to development platforms to target compelling investment opportunities found in key sectors of Greece’s economy.