Ryanair launched a campaign to “Keep Greece Flying”, by dropping prices on its Athens routes to/from Chania, Rhodes and Thessaloniki to just €4.99, while cutting fares on its international routes to/from Greece by 30%.
Ryanair had offered to drop its Greek domestic fares to €0 for the next two weeks if the HCCA and Athens Airport dropped their development fees and airport fees to zero for this period, but the Greek Government have declined this offer.
Nonetheless, Ryanair will continue to “Keep Greece Flying” by dropping fares on its Greek domestic routes between Athens and Chania, Rhodes and Thessaloniki to just €4.99 for travel from Monday, 13 July to Sunday, 26 July.
Ryanair has also launched a Greek seat sale, with 30% off fares on its international routes to/from Greece, for travel from 13 July to the end of October. These domestic and international seat sales are available for booking on the Ryanair.com website from today until Friday, 17July.