Ryanair offers €25.99 fare to celebrate first Athens-Dublin flight

Ryanair has launched its first flight from Athens to Dublin, a new connection with 3 weekly flights.

To celebrate this first flight from Athens to Dublin, the Irish carrier offers its customers fares from € 25.99 for travel in May. Customers must book in website www.ryanair.com before midnight Tuesday (March 22).

Discover the beauties of Ireland

Chiara Ravara, Director Marketing and Sales of Greece Ryanair, said:

“Ryanair is pleased to make its first flight from the Greek to the Irish capital, offering Greek customers the possibility to discover the beauties of Ireland.

Greek customers can choose from 19 routes from Athens this summer, with 7 new routes to Berlin, Bucharest, Dublin, Corfu, Malta, Bologna and Mykonos, and we continue to contribute to the growth Athens Tourism and the creation of new jobs.

To celebrate our first flight from Athens to Dublin, we release a sale from only € 25.99 for travel in May, available for booking until midnight on Tuesday (March 22). Since these low fares will be exhausted soon, our customers will have to connect to www.ryanair.com, so as not to lose the opportunity. ”

Connecting Athens all year round with Ireland

Ioanna Papadopoulou, Director of Communication and Marketing of Athens International Airport, said:

“The decision of Ryanair to grow even more in the Athens market is particularly important to us. In a time where our market enjoys rapid growth with double-digit increases, this initiative from Ryanair, a company with great potential and features, has helped significantly to this result.

We welcome the new flight to Dublin, which will connect our city all year round with Ireland, a destination particularly popular with Greeks and, for our part, we remain faithful to our commitment to continue to cooperate closely with Ryanair, supporting its development efforts and plans for further growth and expansion in the market of Athens.”

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