Ryanair launched domestic services in Greece, with Tuesday’s first flight between Chania, Crete and Thessaloniki. The low-cost carrier said it could be the first of many inter-Greek routes if the government accepts Ryanair’s tourism rescue plan. The airline said it carried more than two million passengers to and from Greece in less than three years, and will operate 85 routes from 10 Greek airports—including the new Kalamata and Zakynthos airports—this summer, ...

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