Greece’s hotel industry recover Ryanair has formed a cooperation with the Greek Tourism Organization (GNTO). The low-cost carrier and the GNTO will collaborate on a public relations effort aimed at enhancing the Hellenic destination’s standing as a tourist centre in the British, German, and Italian markets.
The campaign will use Ryanair internal channels as well as external digital platforms to promote the Greek Tourism Islands as a must-see summer destination.
“We are thrilled to partner with the GNTO and work together to rebuild Greece’s leading tourism industry,” Dara Brady, Ryanair director of marketing, said.
With new routes and additional frequencies from all around Europe, we’ve greatly enhanced connection to/from the Greek Tourism Islands.
“This cooperation will highlight each of Ryanair routes to the Islands, which have proven to be a clear favorite among our passengers and promote the delights of this magnificent region.
“Europeans may now take advantage of the lowest tickets to destinations such as Mykonos, Santorini, Chania, Kos, and Rhodes.”
The campaign is sure to attract many holidaymakers eager to enjoy a long-awaited sun break. Famous for their amazing beaches, clear blue waters, incredible sunsets, ancient temples, and mouth-watering food, the islands are known for their amazing beaches, clear blue waters, incredible sunsets, ancient temples, and mouth-watering food.