Irish low cost carrier Ryanair has announced its Greek 2019 winter schedule, which offers 12 new routes connecting Greece with 10 countries.
According to an announcement, the carrier will be connecting Athens and Thessaloniki with major European cities and Israel, with a total of 55 routes, which will deliver 5.6 million customers per annum, and support over 4,200 jobs at Ryanair’s Greek airports this year.
More specifically, Ryanair’s Greek 2019 winter schedule includes new routes from Athens to Barcelona (five per week), Kyiv (two per week), Madrid (four per week), Nuremberg (two per week) and Tel Aviv (three per week).
Furthermore, Ryanair will be flying from Thessaloniki to Budapest (two flights per week), Copenhagen (two per week), Krakow (two per week), Manchester (two per week), Malta (two per week), Stockholm Skavsta (two per week) and Tel Aviv (three per week).
The carrier’s, winter schedule also includes services from Chania to Paphos, Cyprus, twice a week; and to Thessaloniki four times a week.
In addition, Ryanair will be connecting Santorini with Athens twice a day.
Greek consumers and visitors can now book their holidays as far out as March 2020, enjoying even lower fares and Ryanair’s 2019 customer care improvements.