The summer holidays might still be in full swing, but you can plan ahead and get a cheap autumn getaway with Ryanair.
What’s the deal exactly?
Ryanair has launched a flash sale, offering cheap flights to a range of European destinations. One way tickets start from £9.99, departing from a range of UK airports, meaning you could bag a return flight for £19.98.
The offer runs until midnight on Monday 14 August 2017.
Why should I care?
While travelling in the off-peak autumn months is generally cheaper than the summer peak, these prices allow you to get a trip to Europe for a bargain price.
Examples of one way flights available in the flash sale include:
- London Luton to Dusseldorf, Germany from £9.99
- London Stansted to Grenoble, France from £9.99
- Glasgow to Dublin, Ireland from £14.99
- Manchester to Brussels, Belgium from £14.99
What’s the catch?
This is a flash sale so you must book before midnight on Monday to take advantage. This offer applies to flights departing between 1 September and 30 November 2017.
Remember this is a budget airline, so while you do get hand luggage included in the price, you will have to pay more to check in any bags. Availability of flights is also limited around the October half-term holiday period.
What other options do I have?
Before booking with Ryanair, check you can’t get cheaper flights using a flight comparison website. These sites - such as Kayak, Momondo and Skyscanner – compare flight prices from all the major airlines.
Where can I find out more?
Full details and booking options are available on the Ryanair website.