Ryanair adds new route to Greece from Bournemouth Airport

Ryanair adds new route to Greece from Bournemouth Airport

Ryanair adds new route to Greece from Bournemouth Airport

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RYANAIR has added a new route to its timetable from Bournemouth Airport.

The route to Chania in Greece will operate weekly from April 1 and is the low-cost airline’s 16th route from Bournemouth.

Ryanair’s Maria Macken said: “Ryanair is pleased to announce a new route at Bournemouth to Chania which will operate on Tuesdays from April 1.

“Passengers on the south coast now have a choice 16 top destinations this summer including 2 Greek routes to Chania and Rhodes giving them more choice than ever on Ryanair’s low fares routes.

“Ryanair’s new Chania route will go on sale on sale at ryanair.com with fares starting from £35.99.”

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3:24pm Thu 23 Jan 14

bourne free says...

Can Ryanair please put some routes on next winter to the alps ?
Can Ryanair please put some routes on next winter to the alps ? bourne free
  • Score: 1

5:01pm Thu 23 Jan 14

ShuttleX says...

As usual with Ryanair, they always use headline fares. For example. 2 adults flying mid September (after schools go back) £328 return. Far cry from their Fares from £35 waffle.
As usual with Ryanair, they always use headline fares. For example. 2 adults flying mid September (after schools go back) £328 return. Far cry from their Fares from £35 waffle. ShuttleX
  • Score: -5

5:31pm Thu 23 Jan 14

skydriver says...

ShuttleX wrote:
As usual with Ryanair, they always use headline fares. For example. 2 adults flying mid September (after schools go back) £328 return. Far cry from their Fares from £35 waffle.
Your quite right they are not cheap at all. One can't beat full service airline such as B/A although there are others .
My word on this dump Ryan air .
[quote][p][bold]ShuttleX[/bold] wrote: As usual with Ryanair, they always use headline fares. For example. 2 adults flying mid September (after schools go back) £328 return. Far cry from their Fares from £35 waffle.[/p][/quote]Your quite right they are not cheap at all. One can't beat full service airline such as B/A although there are others . My word on this dump Ryan air . skydriver
  • Score: 1

6:16pm Thu 23 Jan 14

bourne free says...

skydriver wrote:
ShuttleX wrote:
As usual with Ryanair, they always use headline fares. For example. 2 adults flying mid September (after schools go back) £328 return. Far cry from their Fares from £35 waffle.
Your quite right they are not cheap at all. One can't beat full service airline such as B/A although there are others .
My word on this dump Ryan air .
The big clue in the article is Bournemouth Airport ( your word - DUMB ) / not seen a british airways flight there recently , but i could wrong ?
[quote][p][bold]skydriver[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ShuttleX[/bold] wrote: As usual with Ryanair, they always use headline fares. For example. 2 adults flying mid September (after schools go back) £328 return. Far cry from their Fares from £35 waffle.[/p][/quote]Your quite right they are not cheap at all. One can't beat full service airline such as B/A although there are others . My word on this dump Ryan air .[/p][/quote]The big clue in the article is Bournemouth Airport ( your word - DUMB ) / not seen a british airways flight there recently , but i could wrong ? bourne free
  • Score: 4

7:19pm Thu 23 Jan 14

Townee says...

Good date to start a new route service 1st April. About time that Bournemouth brought a proper airline to Bournemouth that will run all so people who can't go away in the peak summer can have a holiday. We don't want the Mickey mouse airlines we want quality, bring back Bath Travel.
Good date to start a new route service 1st April. About time that Bournemouth brought a proper airline to Bournemouth that will run all so people who can't go away in the peak summer can have a holiday. We don't want the Mickey mouse airlines we want quality, bring back Bath Travel. Townee
  • Score: 1

7:24pm Thu 23 Jan 14

Old Colonial says...

bourne free wrote:
skydriver wrote:
ShuttleX wrote:
As usual with Ryanair, they always use headline fares. For example. 2 adults flying mid September (after schools go back) £328 return. Far cry from their Fares from £35 waffle.
Your quite right they are not cheap at all. One can't beat full service airline such as B/A although there are others .
My word on this dump Ryan air .
The big clue in the article is Bournemouth Airport ( your word - DUMB ) / not seen a british airways flight there recently , but i could wrong ?
So what? The other side of the Mediterranean for less than a train fare to London, and cheaper per mile than a bus! This expectation of getting things on the cheap bubble has to burst someday.
[quote][p][bold]bourne free[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]skydriver[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ShuttleX[/bold] wrote: As usual with Ryanair, they always use headline fares. For example. 2 adults flying mid September (after schools go back) £328 return. Far cry from their Fares from £35 waffle.[/p][/quote]Your quite right they are not cheap at all. One can't beat full service airline such as B/A although there are others . My word on this dump Ryan air .[/p][/quote]The big clue in the article is Bournemouth Airport ( your word - DUMB ) / not seen a british airways flight there recently , but i could wrong ?[/p][/quote]So what? The other side of the Mediterranean for less than a train fare to London, and cheaper per mile than a bus! This expectation of getting things on the cheap bubble has to burst someday. Old Colonial
  • Score: 3

8:09pm Thu 23 Jan 14

kalebmoledirt says...

Is this news or a free ad for ratbagair
Is this news or a free ad for ratbagair kalebmoledirt
  • Score: -3

8:49pm Thu 23 Jan 14

P Barker says...

They've added one, and taken one away. Wroclaw wont operate this year.
They've added one, and taken one away. Wroclaw wont operate this year. P Barker
  • Score: -2

2:17am Fri 24 Jan 14

Chris@Bmouth says...

ShuttleX wrote:
As usual with Ryanair, they always use headline fares. For example. 2 adults flying mid September (after schools go back) £328 return. Far cry from their Fares from £35 waffle.
Every airline uses introductory fares, fool. Maybe you should be grateful that 328 pounds for two adults is still a bargain.
[quote][p][bold]ShuttleX[/bold] wrote: As usual with Ryanair, they always use headline fares. For example. 2 adults flying mid September (after schools go back) £328 return. Far cry from their Fares from £35 waffle.[/p][/quote]Every airline uses introductory fares, fool. Maybe you should be grateful that 328 pounds for two adults is still a bargain. Chris@Bmouth
  • Score: 1

7:19am Fri 24 Jan 14

thecurryman15 says...

Well I just booked . Family of 4 over the May half term break, just under £500 including 2 checked in bags. A lot cheaper then any other flights.
Well I just booked . Family of 4 over the May half term break, just under £500 including 2 checked in bags. A lot cheaper then any other flights. thecurryman15
  • Score: 5

9:48am Fri 24 Jan 14

skydriver says...

bourne free wrote:
skydriver wrote:
ShuttleX wrote:
As usual with Ryanair, they always use headline fares. For example. 2 adults flying mid September (after schools go back) £328 return. Far cry from their Fares from £35 waffle.
Your quite right they are not cheap at all. One can't beat full service airline such as B/A although there are others .
My word on this dump Ryan air .
The big clue in the article is Bournemouth Airport ( your word - DUMB ) / not seen a british airways flight there recently , but i could wrong ?
My word was DUMP, I feel it maybe you that's DUMB,
True B/A don't fly into Bournemouth, it's still worth the cost and journey time to travel to the bigger airports, were you do get a full service. Ryanair does not have a good track record, when things go wrong, moreover usually only a few flights a week if your lucky, if they don't turn up your on your own, As a seasoned traveller I wouldn't touch Ryanair with a barge pole. Yes once was enough, never again. I would say their pilots are very professional , let's face it they do enough landings and take offs in a day.
[quote][p][bold]bourne free[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]skydriver[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ShuttleX[/bold] wrote: As usual with Ryanair, they always use headline fares. For example. 2 adults flying mid September (after schools go back) £328 return. Far cry from their Fares from £35 waffle.[/p][/quote]Your quite right they are not cheap at all. One can't beat full service airline such as B/A although there are others . My word on this dump Ryan air .[/p][/quote]The big clue in the article is Bournemouth Airport ( your word - DUMB ) / not seen a british airways flight there recently , but i could wrong ?[/p][/quote]My word was DUMP, I feel it maybe you that's DUMB, True B/A don't fly into Bournemouth, it's still worth the cost and journey time to travel to the bigger airports, were you do get a full service. Ryanair does not have a good track record, when things go wrong, moreover usually only a few flights a week if your lucky, if they don't turn up your on your own, As a seasoned traveller I wouldn't touch Ryanair with a barge pole. Yes once was enough, never again. I would say their pilots are very professional , let's face it they do enough landings and take offs in a day. skydriver
  • Score: 0

1:28pm Fri 24 Jan 14

Uptonian2 says...

Excellent, somewhere else to go where the Sun is shining!
Excellent, somewhere else to go where the Sun is shining! Uptonian2
  • Score: 4

2:54pm Fri 24 Jan 14

ladylogic says...

You have to be quick to get the cheapest flights with Ryanair. Can work out a lot dearer if taking a family of 4 with suitcases particularly in the school holidays. OK if there's just two of you with only hand luggage or one shared suitcase. So sorry Ryanair, not booked with you this year in the summer. Got a flight from Gatwick with Monarch saving of £350 (£250 if you take off the cost of a taxi). However pleased to see new flight to Chania. Bournemouth Airport needs to expand and become more "international". Could do with a few more destinations throughout the year, although not sure Bournemouth Airport could cope with the amount of passengers that would create.
You have to be quick to get the cheapest flights with Ryanair. Can work out a lot dearer if taking a family of 4 with suitcases particularly in the school holidays. OK if there's just two of you with only hand luggage or one shared suitcase. So sorry Ryanair, not booked with you this year in the summer. Got a flight from Gatwick with Monarch saving of £350 (£250 if you take off the cost of a taxi). However pleased to see new flight to Chania. Bournemouth Airport needs to expand and become more "international". Could do with a few more destinations throughout the year, although not sure Bournemouth Airport could cope with the amount of passengers that would create. ladylogic
  • Score: 2

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