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Ryanair Announces New Athens-Heraklion Route

Ryanair aircraft at Athens International Airport (AIA). Photo source: AIA

Ryanair aircraft at Athens International Airport (AIA). Photo source: AIA

Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair on Friday announced the launch of a new route connecting Athens to Heraklion on Crete, which will commence on June 15 with a four-weekly service.

According to the airline, the new route will offer Greek consumers even more choice and lower fares for their travels and their can enjoy the latest “Always Getting Better” improvements that include reduced checked-in bag fees; connecting flights at Rome, Milan and Porto with more airports to follow; Ryanair Rooms with 10 percent off Travel Credit; Ryanair Transfers; and punctuality promise.

Ryanair’s “Always Getting Better” campaign also includes a Price Promise. “Find a cheaper fare and Ryanair will refund the difference + €5,” the airline promises.

To celebrate the new Athens-Heraklion route, Ryanair has released low-priced seats for sale for travel in June 2018, bookable until Tuesday, May 22, midnight.

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