Athens to/from Chania route announced by Ryanair

Ryanair, Europe’s No.1 airline, today (8 Nov) announced the launch of its new Athens route to/from Chania, with a five times weekly service commencing in March 2020, as part of Ryanair’s Greece Summer 2020 schedule.

Ryanair’s Greece 2020 schedule offers 148 routes in total, and will deliver 6.6 million customers p.a. and support 4,950* jobs across Ryanair’s 13 Greek airports next year.

Greek consumers and visitors can now book their holidays as far out as October 2020, flying on the lowest fares and with the greenest/cleanest major airline in Europe, with the lowest CO2 emissions.

To celebrate its Greek route, Ryanair has released seats for sale from just €16.99 for travel until the end of January 2020, which must be booked by Sunday (10 Nov), only on the website.

Ryanair’s Chiara Ravara said:

Ryanair is pleased to launch this Athens route to/from Chania, commencing in March, which will operate five times weekly as part of our summer 2020 schedule. We are delighted to be relaunching this route as part of our ongoing commitment to growing Greek traffic, jobs and domestic tourism. Customers in Greece can now book flights between Athens and Chania as far out as October 2020.

To celebrate this route, we are releasing seats for sale from just €16.99 for travel until the end of January 2020, which must be booked by Sunday (10 Nov)Since these amazing low fares will be snapped up quickly, customers should log onto and avoid missing out.”

One Reply to “Athens to/from Chania route announced by Ryanair”

  1. Re; Resumed five times weekly service Chania to Athens from March 2020 – not welcome
    May I suggest that Ryanair should stay away from Chania to Athens route as they have left us without a Winter service.Go and serve other country instead who will welcome you..Ryanair have some cheek in offering a resumed Chania to Athens service having left the people of Crete without a Winter service. So BI BI Ryanair and do not come back as you will not be welcomed back by the people of Western Crete.

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