Getting to Rhodes

Getting to Rhodes could not be easier, the flight time is just three and a half to four hours from most UK regional airports.

The main airlines offering flights to Rhodes are Easy Jet, Ryan Air,Monarch, Thomson Fly, Thomas Cook Airlines, Viking, Aegean and Olympic Airways. Jet2 also fly to Rhodes from the North of England.

Most services offered are direct, except Aegean and Olympic Airlines who only offer a direct service from London Heathrow to Athens (approx 3 hours), then a connecting flight to Rhodes (approx 1 hour). 

Between April and the end of October most airlines offer a direct service. Out of season, only Aegean and Olympic airways operate with indirect flights, however this can be more than compensated by a stopover in the bustling city of Athens. 

EasyJet operate four days of the week _ Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, from London Gatwick. They have just added a scheduled service from Liverpool starting May 2010.

Ryan air operate from London Stansted to Rhodes on a Tuesday Thursday and Saturday. They also fly from Liverpool on Monday and Thursday.

Jet2 only offer a service on a Wednesday from Newcastle, Manchester and Leeds Bradford Airports.

Thomas Cook, Thomson Fly, Monarch and Viking all offer a service on Wednesdays and Saturdays from most UK London and regional airports.

Aegean and Olympic offer a daily service to Athens, and there is a daily shuttle service between Rhodes and Athens.

Those travelling from mainland Europe can travel by road or rail to Pireus harbour, just outside Athens, where a ferry can be caught directly to Rhodes. The journey is approximately 14 hours.

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