Due To Popular Demand Ryanair Launches Two Additional Greek Routes & Increased Frequencies From Dublin

28 Jul 2020

Go Green, Go Greece

Ryanair, Europe’s no.1 airline, today (Tues 28 July) announced that due to popular demand it has launched two additional Greek routes from Dublin to Corfu and Mykonos and increased frequencies to Chania commencing 17 August, as part of its extended Summer 2020 schedule. The new routes will operate twice weekly from Dublin to Corfu and Mykonos while Dublin to Chania will now operate 4 times weeklyPassengers can now book their holidays as far out as October 2020, enjoying even lower fares and great customer service. 

Following the positive demand seen last week on its new Dublin to Santorini route, Ryanair has made it even more accessible for our Irish customers to book that long awaited holiday to the green listed country of Greece, now with a total of 6 routes connecting both countries. 

To celebrate these additional new routes and frequencies, Ryanair is offering seats one-way from just €29.99, which must be booked by midnight, Thurs (30 July), only on the Ryanair website.   

 

Ryanair’s Eimear Ryan said:  

Following the announcement of our new Dublin to Santorini route last week and responding to popular demand we’re delighted to announce two additional Greek routes from Dublin operating a twice weekly service  to Corfu and Mykonos alongside additional frequencies to Chania commencing from 17 August as part of our extended Summer 2020 schedule.  

 Irish customers now have more choice and can book a long awaited Summer holiday to the green destination of Greece, flying on the lowest fares with Ryanair, Europe’s favourite airline. To celebratewe’re launching a seat-sale with flights from just €29.99 one way. Since these amazing low prices will be snapped quickly, customers should visit Ryanair.com and book their flights with us today!”