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Halkidiki Sees Big Interest from Italian Market

The Halkidiki Tourism Organization presented the area’s tourism offerings to Italian travel professionals during the BIT 2022 expo that took place recently in Milan.

Costa Navarino Kicks Off 2022 Season

The 2022 season is officially underway at Costa Navarino as The Westin Resort Costa Navarino is now open and The Romanos, a Luxury Collection Resort will follow in a month’s time, paving the way for an exciting year ahead.

Santorini Among Ryanair’s Top 5 Holiday Destinations for Summer 2022

Ryanair has placed the popular Greek island of Santorini among its top 5 holiday destinations for this summer.

Ryanair Seeks Incentives to Boost Passenger Numbers to Greece

Ryanair is calling on the Greek government to introduce tourism recovery incentives to airlines to boost travel to Greece outside of the peak season.

GNTO – Ryanair Partner to Promote Greek Tourism to UK, Germany and Italy

The Greek National Tourism Organization (GNTO) and Ryanair will run a joint campaign with the aim to promote Greek destinations to the UK, Germany and Italy.

Ryanair has the Greek Islands on its List for Summer 2022

Ryanair has announced that the Greek islands are among the popular destinations included on its list for Summer 2022.

Ryanair Launches ‘Biggest Ever’ Greek Summer Schedule with 74 New Routes

Ryanair has announced its biggest ever Greek Summer schedule that includes a total of 218 routes, including 74 new and over 550 weekly flights.

Ryanair: 60,000 Additional Seats and Two New Routes to Greece this Summer

Ryanair has announced 60,000 additional seats and two new routes to Greece as part of its extended Greek Summer 2021 schedule.

Ryanair to Open New Bases on Corfu, Rhodes, Crete for Summer 2021

Ryanair will open three new bases on the Greek islands of Corfu, Rhodes and Crete for summer 2021.

Ryanair: New Tel Aviv-Santorini Route for Summer 2021

Ryanair on July 3 will launch a new Tel Aviv-Santorini route as part of its Israeli Summer 2021 schedule.

Ryanair Links Greece with Italy and Ireland for Summer 2021

Ryanair has announced three new routes connecting island destinations in Greece with Italy and Ireland as part of its Greek Summer 2021 schedule.

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

Ryanair will launch new routes connecting Zakynthos with Budapest and Santorini with Krakow as part of its Greek Summer 2021 schedule.

Ryanair: New Rhodes – Venice Treviso Service for Summer 2021

Ryanair has announced the launch of a new route connecting the Greek island of Rhodes with Venice Treviso airport in Italy for the summer 2021.

Ryanair’s O’Leary Says Air Travel Will Return to pre-Covid-19 Volumes in 2021-2022

Air travel may go back to pre-Covid-19 volumes sooner than expected - by 2021-22, Ryanair Group CEO Michael O’Leary predicts.

Covid-19 Restrictions Make Ryanair Cut Winter Capacity to 40% of Prior Year

Ryanair has announced that it will further reduce its winter schedule (November – March) by taking capacity down from 60% to 40% of 2019.

Ryanair to Cut October Capacity by Another 20% Due to Travel Restrictions, Policies

Ryanair will cut its October capacity by a further 20%, due to damage caused to forward bookings by continuous changes in EU government Covid-19 travel restrictions.

Ryanair Resumes Services to Athens, Thessaloniki for Summer 2020

Ryanair has resumed flights to Athens and Thessaloniki after almost four months of keeping them grounded due to COVID-19 restrictions.

Ryanair: Athens is Open to Holidaymakers from June 15 – Video

Ryanair has posted a video about Athens on Twitter, promoting the Greek capital as an ideal destination for summer 2020.

Ryanair to Make a Comeback with 1,000 Daily Flights in July

Ryanair announced that as of July it will operate a daily flight schedule of almost 1,000 flights, restoring 90% of its pre-Covid-19 route network.

Ryanair Releases Limited Schedule for Coming Days

Ryanair will ground most of its aircraft in the coming weeks but will continue to provide repatriation flights for many EU governments amid the COVID-19 crisis.