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Ryanair: New Zakynthos-Budapest and Santorini-Krakow Routes for Summer 2021

Low cost carrier Ryanair on Monday announced the launch of new routes connecting Zakynthos with Budapest and Santorini with Krakow as part of its Greek Summer 2021 schedule.

The new Zakynthos-Budapest route will fly twice per week from July 1 while the company will also add more flights from Corfu and Chania to Budapest this summer.

According to Ryanair, following strong demand from Greek consumers, Corfu to Budapest will now operate two flights per week (+1) and Chania to Budapest will now operate three flights per week (+1), from July 1.

Ryanair’s new Santorini to Krakow route will fly once a week from July 6.

Zero change fee

As coronavirus (Covid-19) restrictions change regularly, Ryanair said it is now allowing up to two free flight date changes on all bookings for the new routes up until October 31 (for customers that book before March 31).

Ryanair has launched a seat sale at low fares for travel on both routes, which must be booked by midnight Wednesday, February 10, on the website.

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