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Ryanair Celebrates The Resumption Of Operations In Chania

Ryanair celebrated the official resumption of its post-lockdown flights from Chania after 4 months grounded. A Memmingen to Chania flight, welcomed with a water salute upon arrival, marked the launch of Ryanair’s Summer 2020 schedule for Chania, which now includes over 20 routes from destinations such as Marseille, Brussels or Milan. Following the lifting of […]

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Ryanair Launches new Mykonos and Chania Routes to Budapest

Ryanair, today (10 Feb) announced a new Mykonos route to Budapest, with a weekly service commencing in July 2020, as part of Ryanair’s Mykonos Summer 2020 schedule. Mykonos consumers and visitors can now book their holidays to Budapest as far out as October 2020, flying on the lowest fares and with the greenest/cleanest major airline […]

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Thomas Cook opens first Casa Cook for families in Chania, Crete

Thomas Cook just recently opened its latest own-brand hotel, Casa Cook in Chania, Crete, which is the first of its boutique lifestyle collection aimed at families. Thomas Cook has already sold 70 per cent of available rooms at the hotel, which was built from scratch and opened in the end of May. The hotel is […]

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Ryanair stops flights from Athens to Chania, Rhodes and Mykonos!

As it was announced the previous days, Ryanair cuts off the connection between Athens and Thessaloniki from April 1. Apart from the Athens-Thessaloniki route, Ryanair does not renew the routes Athens-Chania, Athens-Rhodes and Athens-Mykonos for 2019. The changes The company had already announced these changes when it stated the 2019 program for Greece. It is […]

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EXCLUSIVE: Bookings profile in Crete and Rhodes in 2018, based on HolidayCheck

According to HolidayCheck data regarding the German-speaking markets and which are presented EXCLUSIVELY at money-tourism.gr, Crete and Rhodes demonstrated “high figures” in bookings and revenue in 2018, setting a good base for 2019. More specifically, both destinations achieved high scores after consecutive successful years. Rhodes preceded in percentage, while Crete achieved greater absolute values. In […]

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Ryanair To End Rostering Cancellations By Slowing Growth This Winter

Ryanair, Europe’s largest airline today (27 Sept) confirmed it will slow its growth this winter (Nov 17 to Mar 18), by flying 25 less aircraft (of its 400 fleet) from November, and 10 fewer aircraft (of 445) from April 2018. By reducing its flying schedule in this controlled manner Ryanair will; -eliminate all risk of […]

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