Low-budget Irish airline Ryanair announced on Tuesday that it will be adding nine new flights from two new hubs that are to be opened in Athens and Thessaloniki, as part of a $280 million investment in Greece.
Ryanair will have three aircraft based there and add nine new routes, it said. These will be from Athens to Hania, Rhodes, Thessaloniki, London, Milan and Paphos.
From its new Thessaloniki base it will conduct flights to Athens, Pisa and Warsaw.
The new hubs are scheduled to begin operation in April.