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Stansted: Ryanair to launch new Kefalonia service

15:35 18 December 2012

Ryanair aircraft at Stansted Airpot

Ryanair aircraft at Stansted Airpot

RYANAIR is adding a new route between Stansted Airport and the Greek island of Kefalonia.


The budget carrier will launch the twice-weekly service, operating on Mondays and Thursday, from April 1 next year.

Ryanair spokeswoman Michelle Lowe said: “Passengers in the Greater London and surrounding areas now have a choice of six Greek destinations from London Stansted giving them even more choice than ever.”

Paul Haynes from Stansted Airport added: “London Stansted offers more scheduled flights throughout Europe than any other airport in the UK, so we’re delighted that Ryanair has added Kefalonia onto our impressive scheduled route network and we wish them every success.”

Seats on the new route will go on sale tomorrow, starting at £47.



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