Ryanair launches two new Greek routes from JLA

Ryanair launches two new Greek routes from JLA

Budget carrier Ryaniar has announced the launch of two new Greek routes from Liverpool John Lennon Airport (JLA). From 13th April, Ryanair will operate twice weekly flights to the Greek islands of Kos and Rhodes, part of the Dodecanese group of islands located in the Aegean Sea. In addition, Liverpool’s JLA also welcomed Ryanair’s 15 millionth passenger at the airport, creating a timely celebration for both the airport and carrier. “Ryanair is delighted to mark a double celebration at Liverpool John Lennon Airport with the announcement of two new Greek routes to Kos and Rhodes as well as welcoming our 15 millionth passenger at the Airport,” said Ryanair’s Maria Macken. “Ryanair will include two new Greek routes in Liverpool Airport’s summer schedule giving passengers in the Northwest a choice of 40 destinations this summer with Ryanair.”

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