New flights from Belfast to Rhodes and Cyprus announced by Olympic Holidays
Published: 28 March 2012
Olympic Holidays will be flying holiday-makers from Northern Ireland to Rhodes and Cyprus this summer, after clinching a new deal with Aegean Airlines to operate from Belfast International airport.
The first flight will take off on the 4th May for Cyprus, with prices starting from as little as £239 per person for a week’s self-catering at the Makronissos Village Club in Ayia Napa.
Flights to Rhodes commence on the 16th June, with prices from £289 per person for seven nights at the Lisabeth Studios in Faliraki.
“We’re delighted to be able to offer holidaymakers in Northern Ireland these new routes, with a well-respected airline and great onboard service that includes a free meal, with wine or beer, on all our flights,” says Olympic Holidays’ Photis Lambrianides (commercial director).
Olympic Holidays is the market leader to Cyprus, Greece and the islands arranging ATOL-bonded holidays for 400,000 people each year.
Aegean Airlines is the largest scheduled airline in Greece and operates a fleet of 29 modern aircraft, with an average age of four years, serving European destinations.
Its fleet of Airbus A320 aircraft is equipped with the latest navigational and safety aids, each with comfortable scheduled-airline configuration for 168 passengers.
0844 499 4449, www.OlympicHolidays.com