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Ryanair Begins Partnership with Air Malta

Ryanair has announced a new partnership with Air Malta, which allows its passengers to book Air Malta flights through its website.

Ryanair Launches Two New Routes from Thessaloniki to Barcelona and Porto

Ryanair has announced the launch of two new routes from Thessaloniki to Barcelona and Porto, connecting via Milan Bergamo Airport.

Ryanair Connects Athens to 17 Destinations via Milan and Rome

Ryanair is launching a new air service from Athens to Bergamo Airport, Milan, offering its passengers an expanded route choice to Italy and Spain.

Ryanair Cuts Athens Traffic for Winter 2017

Ryanair will reduce its Athens traffic by 22 percent this winter, following continued runway delays at Thessaloniki's airport.

Ryanair Cuts Seats to Greece, Stops Flights to Kos

Irish low fares airline, Ryanair, is reducing seat capacity for Greece by two percent and cancelling its connection to the island of Kos.

Ryanair to Stop Summer Flights in Greece Earlier than Planned

Irish low fares airline, Ryanair, will wrap up its summer 2016 schedule in Greece two months earlier than originally planned, according to the carrier's chief commercial officer, David O’Brien.

Ryanair Adds Five New Routes from Athens

Ryanair next year will launch five new routes from Athens in late-March and also increase flight frequency on three domestic routes.

Ryanair Eyes 10% Growth in Greece Next Year

Ryanair expects a growth of 10 percent in the Greek market next year, the carrier’s chief commercial officer, David O’Brien, informed during a recent press conference for the airline's Athens summer schedule for 2016.

Ryanair Says ‘No’ to Privatization of Greece’s Regional Airports

Irish low cost carrier Ryanair said it was against the privatization of Greece’s local airports, proposing instead that the Greek government announce a new bid which will have the increase in passenger traffic as a prerequisite.

Ryanair Announces New Routes, Finds Athens Airport Charges ‘Too High’

Irish low cost carrier Ryanair yesterday announced "strong bookings" on its six new Athens Summer 2015 routes to Bratislava, Brussels, Budapest, Rome, Santorini and Warsaw.

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.