Ryanair to include 4 more routes from Thessaloniki to other European cities

Schedule to be finalised later

Officials from Ryanair airlines announced the company would be introducing new flight routes from international airport “Macedonia” in Thessaloniki to 4 other European destinations. Starting in Autumn of 2017, the commercial airline plans to include four more connections to the cities of Eindhoven, Munich, Bratislava and Naples. The company believes that the new connections could be incorporated in the Macedonia airport. Their final decision as to whether to start the new connecting flights in 2017 or 2018 will depend on the time schedule for the completion of the expansion of the airport’s runways, which remains a matter of concern. The winter season schedule for 2017 also includes connections to Hamburg, Warsaw, Baden-Baden and Dortmund.