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Greece flights from $650 return

Posted: 8 March 2018 11:44 am

Plan your island hopping getaway and explore Greece on the cheap.

Scoot has dropped prices on its flights to Greece even more so you can now score budget-friendly fares from as low as $650 return to Athens.

As usual, you'll be flying out of Perth at this price, though the costs from other major cities aren't too far behind.

We found flights from Sydney to Athens from $693, Melbourne to Athens from $732 return and Gold Coast to Athens from $734.

Adelaide, Darwin, Brisbane and Cairns aren’t too far off either with flights under $900 return.

Travel is available from now until May, and select dates toward the end of the year, for very select dates and flights are on sale only until seats sell out. We'd recommend checking the calendar function on Skyscanner to easily find the cheapest days to fly.

To book: Find your best dates now via Skyscanner where you can search for full-service airlines as well as flights out of other Australian cities.

How good are these fares?

The cheapest flights we’ve ever seen to Athens was from $566 return from Perth which is $84 less but usual sale fares run for $339 each way.

These prices are for pretty last minute dates but travel is during some of the best months to visit Athens. If you can hold off until April then you’ll have perfect weather for the beach and one of the cheapest months to score deals on hotels and activities.

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