Ryanair’s latest sale offers cheap flights from £19.99 to Spain, Canary Islands and Portugal
Ryanair has launched a huge flash sale with cheap flights from £19.99 to holiday hotspots including the Canary Islands, Portugal, Italy, Spain, Greece and more.
The low-cost airline has slashed flight prices throughout June, which is the perfect time if you’re looking to plan a last-minute getaway in the sun.
After all, June marks the start of the summer season and there are many destinations like Tenerife, the Algarve, Mallorca, Faro, Lisbon, Gran Canaria, Menorca, Malta and Rome where the temperatures are already warming up and the sun is shining.
You can book on the Ryanair website but you’ll have to be quick if you want to catch the cheap flights, as the sale ends at midnight today (May 24, 2022).
A wide choice of UK airports is also on offer, as offers are valid on any of the following flights; Aberdeen, Birmingham, Bournemouth, Bristol, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Exeter, Glasgow, London Luton, London Stansted, Leeds Bradford, Liverpool, Manchester, Newcastle and Newquay Cornwall.
When we looked, some of the following fares below £20 each way were available;
- Birmingham – Zadar from €15.09
- London Stansted – Malaga from €15.09
- Birmingham to Barcelona from £15.89
- Bournemouth to Krakow from £15.89
- London Stansted – Fuerteventura from £16.34
- East Midlands in Menorca from £19.99
- Edinburgh to Seville from £19.99
- Edinburgh to Naples from £19.99
- From London Stansted to Tenerife South from £19.99
- From London Stansted to Gran Canaria from £19.99
It should be noted that the cheap fares do not include additional charges such as extra baggage or priority boarding.
Don’t be discouraged if you can’t quite find the flights that suit you or if June isn’t the ideal time to go on vacation.
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