Ryanair will be operating from Malta to Athens as from March 31, the airline said today.

Seats are available today starting from €29.99 for travel in April and May.

It said this was part of its expanded Malta 2016 summer schedule, with a total of 37 routes including Baden, Berlin, Budapest, Cologne, Dusseldorf, Gdansk, Manchester, Poznan and Rome.

The airline said it expected to deliver over 1.5 million customers per annum and support 1,155 on-site jobs at Malta International Airport.

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