Ryanair launches sale for flights, as cheap as €19.99 to Athens 2

Ryanair announced on July 1st the resumption of its flights from Athens after a period of forced shutdown due to coronavirus restrictions.

On June 24, the Athens-Rome (Ciampino) flight marked the start of Ryanair’s summer program for 2020 in Athens, with the full schedule coming into effect as of yesterday with flights to 30 destinations such as Bologna, Berlin or Charleroi, Air News reported.

Following the lifting of travel restrictions, Europeans can finally plan their summer getaway, with the cheapest prices and safety offered by Ryanair’s new healthcare measures to protect crews and its customers as it increases its activity this summer.

To celebrate the resumption of flights from Athens in the summer of 2020, Ryanair has launched sales of only €19.99, single route, for travel in August and September 2020. Bookings must be made with by midnight on Friday, 3 July, exclusively through Ryanair.com.

On behalf of Ryanair, Head of Sales & Marketing, Chiara Ravara stated “Ryanair is happy to announce the resumption of its flights from Athens, after almost 4 months of interruption. Our flight from Athens to Rome/Ciampino was the start of Ryanair’s 2020 summer program for Athens, which as of today is available to the public for bookings, including 30 leisure & business destinations throughout Europe.”

“To celebrate the new beginning of our summer program from Athens, we launched sales of seats from just €19.99 single route, for travel in August and September 2020, with the reservation completed by midnight on Friday, July 3. As these impressively low prices are expected to be quickly picked up, passengers should visit www.ryanair.com and not miss this opportunity,” she said.

Ioanna Papadopoulou, Director, Communications & Marketing of AIA, said:”After four very difficult months for all of us, we are very happy with the return of Ryanair to its base in Athens, which is combined with the opportunity to choose, for the travel public, among 30 destinations in Europe this summer. We always wish safe and full flights to our very important aviation partner and we continue to support the company’s development plans from and to the Athens air market!”