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Dodecanese Chamber Seals The Deal With Ryanair

Ryanair will fly to Kos and Rodos for the next two years as the carrier renewed its agreement with the Dodecanese Chamber, an announcement said today, Monday, 3 December.
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Ryanair To Open New Hub In Chania, Crete

Chania, Crete, will be low cost carrier Ryanair’s first Greek hub and 55th base in Europe as of next spring, according to an announcement made by the airline’s official Kate Sherry on Thursday, 20 December.
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Finnair: World’s Safest Airline

Finnair topped the world's safest airlines list, according to the 2012 airline safety ranking recently released by Europe's Jet Airliner Crash Data Evaluation Center (JACDEC).
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Olympic Handling Signs Multiyear Agreement with Ryanair

Olympic Handling yesterday, 14 January, announced its multiyear agreement for the provision of airport ground handling services to Ryanair.
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Ryanair And Athens Airport Butt Heads Over High Charges

Irish low-cost airline Ryanair said recently that it could bring 10 million tourists to Greece over the next three years if Athens International Airport (AIA) would reduce the air passenger duty for new connections to and from Athens.
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Ryanair Οpens Νew Hub Οn Chania, Crete

Irish low-cost airline Ryanair on Thursday, 25 April, opened its first Greek hub on Chania, Crete. Until October 2013, Chania Airport “Ioannis Daskalogiannis” will serve 26 European destinations with 106 flights per week and a total of 500,000 passengers.
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Ryanair Reiterates Proposal To “Rescue” Greek Tourism

Irish low-cost airline Ryanair said on 1 August that it would create new bases in Athens and Thessaloniki and boost passenger traffic to Greece by 10 million if Athens International Airport (AIA) would drop the air passenger duty for new routes to and from Athens and reduce...

Ryanair To Fly To Chania, Crete, From Dublin Next Year

Ryanair recently announced it will add more routes next year, including one from Dublin, Ireland, to Chania on Crete, Greece.

Ryanair To Open New Hubs In Athens, Thessaloniki

Dublin-based Ryanair announced on 14 January the opening of its second and third Greek hubs in Athens and Thessaloniki respectively. The hubs are part of a $280 million investment in Greece.

Aegean Airlines On Ryanair’s Plans To Open New Hubs In Athens, Thessaloniki

Greek carrier Aegean Airlines issued an announcement on 14 January in regards to the plans of Irish low fares airline Ryanair to open Greek hubs in Athens and Thessaloniki

Athens Hotel Owners Welcome New Ryanair Hub In Greek Capital

The Athens-Attica & Argosaronikos Hotel Association applauded the recent announcement made by Ryanair on the creation of hubs in Athens and Thessaloniki.

Thessaloniki To Welcome Passengers From New Destinations In Spring 2014

The Thessaloniki Tourism Organization welcomed the recent announcement made by Ryanair on the creation of a hub in the Greek Northern city.

Ryanair In Talks With GDS Providers To Distribute Fares Via Travel Agencies

Ryanair is discussing third party distribution of tickets via travel agencies with GDSs (global distribution systems) Travelport, Amadeus and Sabre.

Ryanair Announces New Routes From Greece To Norway And The UK

Ryanair has announced the launch of new routes from Greek destinations to Oslo Rygge in Norway and Bournemouth, UK, in Spring 2014.

Ryanair To Distribute Through Travelport GDS Provider

Ryanair will participate in a Global Distribution System (GDS) channel for the first time in over a decade.

Ryanair Announces Record Pre-Bookings To Greek Destinations

Ryanair's six new scheduled flights to Athens that will launch from 1 April, have achieved record numbers, the Irish airline's CEO, Michael O' Leary, said during a press conference in the Greek capital on 19 March.

Ryanair Doubles Athens-London Route In Winter 2014

Low-cost carrier Ryanair, has announced its 2014 winter schedule that includes two daily flights between Athens and London Stansted.

Ryanair Opens New Athens Hub, Announces Plans To Launch Greek Website

On 1 April, low cost carrier Ryanair opened its third Greek base at Athens (65th in total) with two based aircraft and six routes to Chania, London Stansted, Milan Bergamo, Paphos, Rhodes and Thessaloniki.

Ryanair Goes On GDS As Of 4 April

Ryanair is hoping to increase is business traffic from today, 4 April, when it becomes listed on the Travelport global distribution system.

Over 160 New Airline Routes From Athens, Greece, This Summer

Passenger numbers at Athens International Airport (AIA) are expected to continue to grow significantly during the summer 2014 period as over 160 new weekly flights are scheduled to connect the Greek capital with international destinations.