Wizz Air has announced it will be resuming its six new routes from London to Greece on 15 July.
The routes announced by Wizz Air departing from London Luton Airport include Athens, Crete, Corfu, Zakynthos, Rhodes and Thessaloniki. The airline is offering passengers a WIZZ Flex ticket which allows for date and route changes and cancellation for up to three hours before departure with 100% of the original fare reimbursed in airline credit.
“Summer is only just getting started and at Wizz, we are saying yes to flying to your favourite sunny holiday destination this year. As the Greek government lifts its travel restrictions for UK travellers, now is the perfect time snap up a bargain and book a trip to the gorgeous Greek islands.”
“As Wizz Air leads the way with sanitised travel, we are looking forward to welcoming our customers back on board our new, green and ultra-efficient aircraft fleet”, Wizz Air UK managing director Owain Jones said.
Ryanair fare cuts
Ryanair revealed it is offering over 500 routes to/from the UK as part of its summer 2020 schedule and cutting fares by 15% on 500,000 seats for travel in August and September if booked by midnight Thursday 9 July on the carrier’s website.
The airline says its summer routes include destinations in Spain, Italy and Greece.
Ryanair’s marketing & digital director, Dara Brady, commented: “We’re pleased to announce Ryanair is offering over 500 routes to/from the UK as part of our summer 2020 schedule.
“A Manchester to Faro service marked the first of Ryanair’s post-lockdown flights from the UK on 21st June, and our full summer 2020 schedule now includes over 500 routes to leisure & business destinations across Europe, including summer favourites in Spain, Italy or Greece.”
“Following the lifting of travel restrictions, British holidaymakers can now look forward to planning a well-deserved summer getaway on the lowest fares and with the new health measures that Ryanair has rolled out to protect the health and well-being of its people as it ramps up operations this summer.”