We just love Corfu and have been going for many a years. Last year was the most expensive to get there and we normally go twice a year so we only went in June, so hopefully next year it might not be so expensive
Message posted by annelizabeth on 14áNovemberá2010 at 2:21am - IP Logged
Join the club as we too love Corfu
Do you fly from Ireland to the UK to catch your flights?
If so it must be a very long and expensive journey, fingers crossed for more affordable flights for you in the future
Message posted by DaGreek on 14áNovemberá2010 at 11:04pm - IP Logged
Read this thread with interest. I am hoping my daughter who lives in Dublin, will be able to join us for a week on holiday on Corfu next May. There seems to be nothing in the way of direct flights at all, and she will need to fly to Gatwick or perhaps Bristol to be able to fly to Corfu.
This means sorting out flights that will hopefully link up without a huge time delay between them and of course then hoping that there will not be a bad delay on the first flight.
If she has to stay overnight some where to pick up an early flight, then it becomes even more expensive.
Stil, we live in hope.
Message posted by annelizabeth on 15áNovemberá2010 at 7:40pm - IP Logged
Thanks for all your replys we used Panaroma because Budget had gone bust, but they have started operating again in a small way so hopefully their prices might be good. If only Ryanair decided to fly to Corfu, we use them quite a bit and so far we had no problems!!!
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