RyanAir launches Chania 2015 Summer schedule

Ryanair, Europe’s favourite low fares airline, today (10 October) launched its Chania 2015 Summer schedule, with one new route to Glasgow International Airport and announced the increase of the winter routes to Athens (from 13 to 18 frequencies per week) and Thessaloniki (from 6 to 7 frequencies per week). Ryanair will deliver over 850,000 customers p.a. and support 850* on-site jobs at Chania Airport.

Ryanair’s Chania 2015 summer schedule will deliver:

  • 1 new summer route: Glasgow International
  • 28 Chania summer routes in total
  • 94 weekly frequencies
  • Over 850,000 Ryanair customers p.a. at Chania Airport
  • Over 850* jobs sustained at Chania Airport

Ryanair is launching its summer schedule 3 months earlier than last year, with one new route, more flights, better timings and the lowest fares. Greek customers can choose from 28 routes from Chania next summer, while enjoying allocated seating, a free second carry-on bag, reduced fees, a new website, a brand new app with mobile boarding passes and our new Family Extra service, making Ryanair the ideal choice for families, leisure and business travellers.

Ryanair is furthermore delighted to announce the increase of winter frequencies on the domestic routes to Athens (from 13 to 18 weekly frequencies) and Thessaloniki (from 6 to 7 weekly frequencies).

Ryanair celebrated the launch of its Chania summer 2015 schedule and one new route by releasing 100,000 seats for sale across its European network, at prices from €19.99 for travel between November and January 2015. These low fare seats are available for booking until midnight Thursday (16 Oct).

In Chania, Ryanair’s Sales and Marketing Executive for Greece, Chiara Ravara said:

“Ryanair is pleased to launch its 2015 summer schedule, with 1 new route to Glasgow International for a total of 28 exciting summer routes to choose from. Ryanair is furthermore delighted to announce the increase of frequencies to Athens and Thessaloniki for the winter season kicking off from 26 October. Ryanair will deliver over 850.000 customers in Chania this year.

Greek consumers and international tourists already choose Ryanair for our low fares, industry leading customer service and great route choice. Now they can also book their summer 2015 flights even earlier on our improved website and great new app, carry a free small 2nd carry-on bag, enjoy allocated seats, avail of our new Family Extra and Business Plus services, and use their personal electronic devices at all stages of their flight, as Ryanair continues to deliver so much more than just the lowest fares.

To celebrate the launch of our Chania 2015 summer schedule and new route, we are releasing 100,000 seats on sale from €19.99 for travel between November and January 2015, which are available for booking until midnight Thursday (16 Oct). Since these amazing low prices will be snapped up quickly, customers should log onto www.ryanair.com and avoid missing out.”


  • Athens:    From 13 to 18 x week
  • Thessaloniki:     From 6 to 7  x week
  • Paphos:     3 x week

28 CHANIA SUMMER 15 ROUTES                                       

  • Athens     16 x week
  • Billund       3 x week
  • Bologna        3 x week
  • Bremen        2 x week
  • Bristol       3 x week
  • Brussells C       3 x week
  • Dublin       2 x week
  • Dusseldorf       2 x week
  • East Midlands       3 x week
  • Eindhoven       2 x week
  • Frankfurt Hahn       2 x week
  • Glasgow Int NEW       1 x week      
  • Katowice       1 x week
  • Leeds Bradford       2 x week
  • Marseille       2 x week
  • Memmingen       2 x week
  • London S       4 x week
  • Milan Bergamo        8 x week
  • Oslo R       3 x week
  • Paphos       9 x week
  • Pisa       3 x week
  • Rome Ciampino       3 x week
  • Stockholm S       2 x week
  • Thessaloniki       7 x week
  • Venice Treviso       2 x week
  • Vilnius       1 x week
  • Warsaw M       1 x week
  • Wroclaw        2 x week

TOTAL      94 x week    

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