Ryanair Boeing 737-800
[UPDATED] Irish budget carrier Ryanair will open bases at Athens and Thessaloniki in April 2014, adding three more aircraft and nine new routes to its Greek operations. Ryanair plans to base two aircraft in Athens, which will be used to add services to Chania, London, Milan, Paphos, Rhodes and Thessaloniki. It will also base a single aircraft at Thessaloniki and open three new routes from the airport: Athens, Pisa and Warsaw. Rapidly expanding Ryanair, which already has a single Greek base ...
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