Deal alert: London to Greek islands from £27 return

Feb 11, 2020

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If Winter Storm Ciara has left you feeling like you need some sun, look no further than Greece. Low-cost carriers Ryanair and EasyJet are offering affordable flights from London airports to several Greek islands from £27 return.

It’s worth noting that the flights aren’t during the peak summer season. Instead, you’ll have to fly between April and May 2020 in order to get the cheapest fares.

Related reading: The best ways to get from London to the Greek islands

To book, head to Google Flights and enter London as your origin and either Corfu, Mykonos, Preveza, Kefalonia or Santorini as your destination. Scroll through the calendar function to find dates and prices that work for you and then click through to book directly with the airline.

Airline: EasyJet/Ryanair
Routes: LGW/LTN/SEN to CFU/EFL/JMK/JTR/PVK
Cost: £27+ return
Travel Dates: April – May 2020

Here are a few examples of what you can book:

London Southend (SEN) to Corfu (CFU) for £27 return:

London (LTN) to Mykonos (JMK) for £47 return:

London (LGW) to Preveza (PVK) for £68 return:

London (LGW) to Kefalonia (EFL) for £70 return:

London (LGW) to Santorini (JTR) for £82 return:

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