Published on Tuesday, July 7, 2020

Wizz adds six new flights to Greece, launching next week

Wizz Air confirmed today that it will launch six new flights from London to Greece in mid July in anticipation of the Greek authorities lifting a ban on flights from the UK.

The Foreign and Commonwealth Office has exempted Greece from its advice against all non-essential international travel and holidaymakers returning from Greece won't need to quarantine in the UK from July 10.

But the Greek authorities have banned flights from the UK until July 15.

Wizz will launch flights from Luton to Athens and Crete on July 16, followed by flights to Corfu on July 18 and to Zante, Rhodes and Thessaloniki on July 19.

Fares start from £21.99 one-way, but the airline is recommending passengers buy its more expensive flexible WIZZ Flex fare, which allows changes up to three hours before departure, or cancellations with airline credit - but not cash refunds.

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