Deal alert: London to Greece from £26 return, including Greek Islands

Feb 25, 2020

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Holiday hotspot Greece is now more affordable than ever with return flights to Thessaloniki (SKG), Athens (ATH) and islands favourites Corfu (CFU) and Mykonos (JMK) from only £26 return.

The low fares are available starting at the end of March on a small selection of dates up until May, so act fast if you want to get one of the cheapest tickets.

To book, head to Google Flights and enter London as your departure airport as well as the destination of your choosing for the arrival airport. Then, all you need to do is use the built-in price comparison to find the lowest fares, which will be highlighted in green. Depending on the destination, you should then head directly to either the EasyJet, Ryanair or Wizz Air website to complete your booking.

Related reading: Comparing Europe’s low-cost carriers

Remember, EasyJet, Ryanair and Wizz Air’s lowest fares don’t include a checked bag. But, if you’re clever with your packing, that shouldn’t be too much of a problem — make sure you don’t forget these 6 items. Just because you’re flying low cost, doesn’t mean you have to have a low-cost experience.

Airline: EasyJet/Ryanair/Wizz Air
Cost: £26+ return
Travel Dates: March-April 2020

Here are a few examples of what you can book:

London (LTN) to Thessaloniki (SKG) for £26 return:

London (LTN) to Athens (ATH) for £34 return:

London (STN) to Corfu (CFU) for £38 return:

London (LTN) to Mykonos (JMK) for £45 return:

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