Flights to Greece next summer

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Shipwrech beach in Zakynthos

Navagio Beach (Shipwreck beach) on Zakynthos Island, Greece.

Getting to Greece next summer will be even easier – as if it wasn’t now – when even more flights link the UK with Greece. Here are just the new destinations that have been announced.

Jet2 will fly to four new  destinations for summer 2017 from Stansted to Crete (Heraklion), Kos, Rhodes and Zante. There are also two new departures from Birmingham to Crete and Rhodes

British Airways will fly to the Ionian island of Zakynthos from the 3rd of June from Heathrow.

From May, Thomas Cook Airlines will offer two flights a week from Manchester direct to Mykonos the island  plus a new flight from Luton to Corfu they have also reintroduced the flight from Birmingham to Lesbos.  Finally there will be more flights to Santorini from Gatwick.

Ryanair has increased  the number of flights to Chania on Crete and there will now be a new route from Birmingham to Chania.

Aegean Airlines, Greece’s largest carrier has announced a new route from Edinburgh to Athens. From 20 June and until 19 September 2017 Aegean Airlines will fly twice weekly from Edinburgh to Athens every Tuesday.  It has also increased capacity from Manchester to Athens operating up to four flights weekly, while flights from Dublin to Athens will resume on 4 June 2017 with increased capacity operating 3 times weekly until 23 September 2017.

Bristol will also be connected to Chania with new flights starting next May for summer from Thomson Airways.

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