So you’ve heard that international tourists can now travel to Greece. You’ve been eyeing up the Greek islands, ogling hotels in Mykonos and practising how to say ‘μιλάτε αγγλικά?’. Now all you need to do is get there. That’s where Aegean Air comes in.
Greece’s biggest airline and its subsidiary Olympic have just launched an ‘opa!’-worthy offer: book tickets to Greece for two passengers and one of you will get your trip half-price.
The offer is valid for flights from any other country in the world for a trip this summer. You’ll need to book before July 13, and your trip has to take place between July 20 and October 31. You can fly either economy or business class and still get the discount.
The deal strictly applies to two-person bookings, but if you’ve been planning a trip with your whole crew, there’s nothing to suggest you can’t make multiple bookings for the same flight.
Remember, many countries are still warning against all non-essential travel and some are quarantining all overseas arrivals, including their own returning citizens. Check all the relevant restrictions before you think about travelling.
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