Ryanair flies to Chania twice a week
One of the most popular routes of recent years returns to the Memminger flight plan: From April 3 next year, it goes twice a week to Chania in Crete.
“Chania was always in high demand among our passengers,” reports airport sales manager Marcel Schütz. “That’s why we’re delighted that we can offer this target again.” In May of this year, the connection had been discontinued due to lack of aircraft availability. By stationing a second Ryanair aircraft in Memmingen, the route can now be resumed punctually at the start of next spring. From 3 April 2019 you can fly nonstop on every Wednesday and every Sunday from Memmingen to the port city on the northwest coast of the Greek island. Known for its 14th-century Venetian harbor, for its narrow streets and waterfront restaurants, Chania is also an ideal base from which to explore the island. Flights are already bookable.