Aer Lingus will now fly to the serene Greek Islands of Santorini

 Today Aer Lingus announced that it will resume their Summer Service from Dublin and is ready to fly to the Greek Islands directly. The offer will start from the beginning of May 2021.

This is good news for Sunseekers and will have a lot to look forward to in the next summer as the airline will fly to Greek destinations totalling up to 4 including the Greek Islands like Rhodes, Santorini and Corfu and also to the capital and the most Historic city of Greece, Santorini.

People are expecting enough to get a good holiday without contamination, but people will not be too conscious not to enjoy their vacation. Santorini’s Aegean escape gives stunning scenery to a sun-soaked holiday, with views of the spectacular horizon and the dramatic outline defended by the island’s rocky and rough caldera landscape. Santorini has undergone massive changes lately associated with the volcanic remnants of the Island converted into the far-reaching cave Hotels, plunge pools and also some views of the rocky areas. The Historic peninsula of the skies of orange skies, with the sun basting on the chalk houses that blusters a local far wealth served in the vicinity of the cliffside eateries, infinity views and the exotic black sandy beaches.

Visitors wanting to explore this beautiful island can also sail to the magnanimous Volcano islets of Nea Kameni and Palea Kameni or take a dive for themselves with above forty nominated scuba sites, whereas the ones who don’t want to be too adventurous and enjoy the simple, yet rewarding pleasures then you can sit back and relax and head to a trip to Boutari, situated near Megalohori, that is the first industrial Winery of Santorini.

Upon the launch of the new route, David Shepherd, who is the Commercial officer of the Aer Lingus said that they were delighted and pleased to have announced their new service as a part of the Summer schedule 2021 of Aer Lingus. He further added that by launching this route and the program, it is most likely to give many Irish Holidaymakers something to look forward to. With the developments of the vaccine being inclined towards a successful one shortly, in addition to the introduction of the new and improved testing regimes, people are gearing up for a busy summer. The customers can be way confident and book their summer holidays with some confidence, courtesy to the flexible options of booking and the knowledge for travel, that the airline is giving enough priority to the safety and the wellbeing of the customers and the people in general. 

The Aer Lingus Dublin to Santorini Greece, Summer service will start on 1st of May, 2021 and will be in operation twice a week till 25th September.