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    Airlines in Crete

    Learn more about the arilines flying to Crete!

    The most popular airlines to fly to Crete are Ryanair which flies direct to Chania and EasyJet which flies both to Chania and Heraklion.

    Most airlines close all flights to Crete at the beginning of November and start flying again at the end of March. If you want to travel year-round to and from Crete you need to fly to Athens and take a connecting flight.

    • Aegean Airlines
    • Aeroloft
    • Air Berlin
    • Air Finland
    • Air Malta
    • Air Mediterranee
    • Arkia Israel Airlines
    • Arkefly Amsterdam
    • Austrian Airlines
    • British Airways
    • Condor
    • Corsairfly
    • Cyprus Airways
    • Czech Airlines
    • EasyJet
    • Edelweiss Air
    • Ellinair
    • Estonian Air
    • Eurocypria Airlines
    • Iberworld
    • Jat Airways
    • Jetairfly
    • Jet2.com
    • Kavminvodyavia
    • Lauda Air
    • Luxair
    • Monarch Airlines
    • Norwegian Air Shuttle
    • Novair
    • Primera Air
    • Rossiya
    • Ryanair
    • Smart Wings
    • SmartLynx Airline
    • S7 Airlines
    • TAROM
    • Thomas Cook Airlines
    • Thomson Airways
    • Transaero Airlines
    • Transavia
    • TUIfly Nordic
    • Ural Airlines
    • Viking Airlines
    • Vueling Airlines
    • Wizz Air

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