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16 March 2011 14:47
Ryanair is to operate 17 new routes to Greece
Ryanair is to operate 17 new routes to Greece, giving people eager to experience the country a greater choice of carriers.
The airline will start running the new additions in April and they will include flights to top holiday choices Thessaloniki, Rhodes and Kos.
Ryanair is offering a million seats for about £5 in a sale to celebrate its 30 Greek routes. The offer covers travel in late February and March on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.
No matter how much a seat to fly off into the sun costs, the trip could still face problems with lost or stolen items or delayed flights so it's always worth tourists taking out
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Low-cost carrier Ryanair said it expects its traffic to Greece to hit more than 700,000 people this year.
Spokesman Stephen McNamara said: "Ryanair is delighted to boost Greek tourism and the Greek economy with 17 new low-fare routes to Kos, Rhodes and Thessaloniki, including new routes to currently un-served markets such as Lithuania. Ryanair's 30 Greek routes will deliver 700,000 passengers per annum, sustain 700 local jobs and ensure over 357 million euro (£297m) to the local economy."
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