GTP — RyanAir announced Thursday that its peak summer schedule, which will run from June to October, will include extra flights to Chania.
“Greek consumers and travellers can look forward to even lower fares and the latest‘Always Getting Better’ improvements,” Ryanair’s sales and marketing manager for the Eastern Mediterranean, Nikolaos Lardis, said.
The airline’s ‘Always Getting Better’program includes reduced checked-in bag fees – one 25 euros fee, one 20kg size; connecting flights at Milan, Rome and Porto; a new partnership with Erasmus Network offering student discounts and a dedicated booking platform; and new Ryanair Rooms website and app with 10 percent cash back in Travel Credit to redeem in flight reservations.
Tickets for flights to Chania and the new Manchester-Rhodes route will go on sale as of January 26 and to celebrate, Ryanair is releasing low cost seats. The seats are only available for booking on the airline’s website until midnight Sunday, January 28.