Greece flights from $597 return with Scoot

Andrew Munro 14 November 2017 NEWS


Knock Athens off your list, or just do it again.

Sorry, this sale is no longer running. Check our list of current flight sales to find a bargain!

Go to Athens at the beginning of next year, starting at Perth to Athens for $597 return, Gold Coast to Athens for $657 return, Sydney to Athens for $677 return and Melbourne to Athens for $688 return.

You'll be flying with Scoot, because it's the only airline that can possibly offer prices like these on a flight to Europe.

And these are even better than most Scoot fares and is a cut above it's standard $738 return fare - so good luck doing better than this.

This deal is for select travel dates ranging from January to May in 2018, with availability varying by departure. Pick out your trip below and just follow the links to I Want That Flight for bookings.

An opportunity like this doesn't come by often, and it's safe to say that space is limited. There's no set end date for this deal because it's not going to last long, no matter what.

Flights to Athens

From To Travel dates Price Book
Perth Athens Jan - Mar 2018 $597 return Search for you Athens flight
Gold Coast Athens Jan - May 2018 $657 return Search for you Athens flight
Sydney Athens Mar - May 2018 $677 return Search for you Athens flight
Melbourne Athens Mar - May 2018 $688 return Search for you Athens flight

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