Flight Deal: Fly Nonstop From NYC To Greece For Only $398
By DeAnna Taylor
What’s better than a great flight deal? A great nonstop flight deal. Delta Airlines has reduced prices on their nonstop routes from New York to Athens, Greece. The lowest price found is only $398.
This deal is valid for travel mostly only in September. If you want to make the deal even better, you can book a cheap flight from Athens into beautiful Santorini for as low as $46 roundtrip via Ryanair. That’s 2 beautiful destinations for under $450.
- You cannot select your seat prior to travel. A seat will be randomly assigned to you.
- You cannot make changes to the ticket after it is confirmed.
- You will be allowed one personal item and one carry-on item. Checked bags will be an additional fee.
Other than these rules, you will be afforded the same amenities as passengers in regular economy.
If you decide to add on the flight to Santorini, you should double check Ryanair’s website for any baggage rules they may have.
Situated in the heart of Greece in the Attica region, Athens is decorated in 5th-century landmarks, including a hilltop temple monument known as Acropolis, the iconic Athenian temple ruins of the Parthenon, the Plaka, and more.
With a long history spanning over 3,000 years, Athens is considered one of the world’s oldest cities. Start your trip by visiting the Acropolis and the Parthenon, two of the city’s most famous landmarks. Stop in the Acropolis Museum to learn even more about the history.
If you are into shopping and people watching, you will absolutely enjoy taking a stroll through the Monastiraki Flea market. It is located in the old town of the city and is the main shopping area. You will find everything from souvenir shops to specialty stores.
Hurry and lock in your seat before it’s too late.
DeAnna Taylor is a criminal defense Attorney turned travel writer. The Charlotte native recently completed one year abroad working as an English teacher in South Korea. Her hobbies include fitness, traveling to new countries, and trying new foods.