European low-cost carrier Ryanair has announced that it will launch fourteen brand new routes to and from Greece for the Summer 2020 schedule.
This means that 147 routes from Greece can be booked by consumers as far out as October 2020.
Commenting on the news was Ryanair’s David O’Brien who stressed the benefits of these route launches to the Greek economy.
“Ryanair is delighted to launch its Summer 2020 schedule, which includes 14 new summer routes to destinations such as France, Italy, and Germany from Greece. Ryanair’s 147 Summer 2020 routes will deliver 6.6 million customers per annum and support over 4,950 jobs across 13 Greek airports,” said O’Brien.
Ryanair’s Greek Summer 2020 schedule will now include:
- Athens-Barcelona – Thrice weekly.
- Athens-Madrid – Thrice weekly.
- Athens-Nuremberg – Twice weekly.
- Athens-Toulouse – Twice weekly.
- Chania-Marseille – Twice weekly.
- Cephalonia-Bologna – Twice weekly.
- Cephalonia-Frankfurt – Twice weekly.
- Kalamata-Gdansk – Twice weekly.
- Kalamata-Milan – Once weekly.
- Kavala-Bucharest – Once weekly.
- Rhodes-Prague – Twice weekly.
- Thessaloniki-Amman – Twice weekly.
- Thessaloniki-Prague – Twice weekly.
- Thessaloniki-Bordeaux – Twice weekly.