Ryanair continues to expand its route network. The Irish carrier will launch five new routes from Athens in late-March and also increase flight frequency on three domestic routes.
The low cost airline has just announced its 2016 summer flight schedule with further growth to its low fare route network from Greece. Ryanair will expand operations at Athens, with the launch of 5 new routes: to Bucharest, Corfu, Malta, Bologna and Mykonos.
“Greece is a highly growing market and we hope to further increase our services and develop passenger traffic and tourism, while still connecting Greece with the largest business centers such as Brussels, London and Milan” commented Ryanair’s commercial David O’Brien during a press conference.
Athens – Bucharest – Athens: 1 daily
Athens – Corfu – Athens: 4 weekly
Athens – Malta – Athens: 3 weekly
Athens – Bologna – Athens: 4 weekly
Athens – Mykonos – Athens: 5 weekly
Additionally the airline will increase operations on following Athens service:
Athens – Rhodes: increase from 1 to 2 daily
Athens – Thessaloniki: increase from 6 to 7 daily
Athens – Thira: increase from 2 to 3 daily
How to book:
Tickets on Ryanair’s newest routes are already on sale and can be booked on Ryanair.com.
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