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British Airways, Jet2, and KLM are the most popular carriers operating from Leeds to Greece
Leeds/Bradford - Corfu Ioannis Kapodistrias
Fly from Leeds/Bradford to Corfu Ioannis Kapodistrias for the best Leeds - Greece flight prices
|Jet2||PriceFrom £54||Free Cancellation||Rating|
|easyJet||PriceFrom £71||Free Cancellation||Rating|
|TUI Airways||PriceFrom £120||Free Cancellation||Rating|
|Ryanair||PriceFrom £120||Free Cancellation||Rating|
|KLM||PriceFrom £213||Free Cancellation||Rating|
|British Airways||PriceFrom £242||Free Cancellation||Rating|
Some of our partner airlines flying from Leeds/Bradford to Greece are adapting new policies due to the global impact of COVID-19. Some of the airlines that may be waiving their cancellation fees are Jet2, Ryanair, and KLM. You can search for the full list of airlines such as Jet2 that are offering this flexibility.
Direct flights from Leeds to Greece are possible, however, they only arrive at one airport: Chania Souda International Airport (CHQ). Ryanair and Jet2 offer multiple flights daily to this location from Leeds Bradford Airport (LBA) with flight times of just over four hours. The best days for cheap flights from Leeds to Greece are usually midweek. Flights to other Greek airports are available but involve stopovers along the way. For example, Ryanair provides flights to Athens Eleftherios Venizelos Airport (ATH) with connections at Chania Souda and a flight duration of about seven hours and fifteen minutes. KLM flights to Athens make a stop at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport (AMS) with an overall journey times of about eight hours and fifteen minutes. Leeds to Greece flights arriving at other cities such as Heraklion and Thessaloniki require trips involving multiple stopovers resulting in extended flight times.
Getting to Leeds Bradford is made easy due to the Flyer A1 Express bus service from Leeds city centre to the airport terminals. These buses run every 20 minutes, seven days a week including bank holidays. Uber and metered taxicabs can provide transport from the downtown area to the terminal and the airport provides parking facilities for those who prefer to drive, park and fly. From Chania Souda, your best option to reach downtown is the local KTEL bus which runs approximately every 30 minutes to Chania Bus Station. Taxicabs are available 24-hrs a day, seven days a week and the ride is approximately 30 minutes to the city centre. Unfortunately, there are no train or rideshare services available for transport to the city centre but some hotels may provide airport shuttle transfers.
At Leeds Bradford you can enjoy some refreshments and relaxation at one of three luxury lounges before you depart for Greece. Aero Club offers spectacular runway views with table service, premium beverages and food made-to-order. In addition to World Duty Free shopping there are other retail shops and restaurants, Fast-Track services to get you quickly through security and toilets, some of which are fully accessible to passengers with disabilities. Cashpoints, infant nursing facilities and a Reflection Room are additional facilities for your convenience, and there are parking garages featuring Short, Mid and Long-Stay options. In Greece, Hellenic Duty-Free shops welcome you to sample some Greek gourmet delicacies, or you can avail yourself of airport restaurants and cafes for something more substantial after your long flight. Chania Souda also offers nursing and medical facilities, cashpoints and a car hire centre even if you’re on a one-way flight from Leeds to Greece.
Since Chania is the only Greek city accessible by direct flight from Leeds, opportunities for local flights to other Greek destinations like Athens, Thessaloniki and Lefkada are possible. From its position in the Southern Aegean Sea, island chains like the Cyclades (Naxos, Mykonos, Santorini) and Dodecanese (Rhodes, Kos, Tilos) are within reach by plane or ferry. In the absence of a train system, KTEL the national bus company, operates an extensive network of routes across most of Crete, so you can explore the largest of the Greek islands via public transport. The city of Chania lies in the north-western region and is connected to the other northern cities by highway. The E75 (Route 90) east takes you first to Rethymno and then farther along to the eastern part of the island where the capital city Heraklion is located. Malia and Agios Nikolaos are two towns in the eastern region along Route 90 that are also popular among visiting tourists.
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