Ryanair to offer flights from Athens to Dublin, Berlin in 2016
Irish low-cost airline Ryanair will start two new routes from Athens to Dublin and Berlin next year, the company announced on Thursday.
According to Ryanair’s sales and marketing manager for Greece, John Alborante, the route to Dublin will start in March 2016 with a frequency of three flights per week, while the route to Berlin will be covered with one daily flight.
Seats for the Athens-Dublin route are already available at 39.99 euros for March, April and May, but the booking must be made until November 23, at midnight.
The carrier also announced its winter schedule which will increase the number of daily flights from Athens to Thessaloniki from 6 to 8.
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