Saturday 23 June 2018

Ryanair flash sale sees flights from €9.99, but it ends soon...

Flash sale celebrates new flights to Liverpool and Bristol from Shannon Airport

A Ryanair plane prepares to land at Barcelona's El Prat. Photo: JOSEP LAGO/AFP/Getty Images
A Ryanair plane prepares to land at Barcelona's El Prat. Photo: JOSEP LAGO/AFP/Getty Images
Pól Ó Conghaile

Pól Ó Conghaile

Ryanair has not one, but two separate flash sales running this week, both of which end at midnight tonight.

The first, a 'May Madness' sale, sees up to 20pc off 500,000 summer seats on its European network, the airline says.

The sale is available for travel on select routes from June to September, with fares available to book on ryanair.com until midnight.

Separately, the airline has released seats from €9.99 each-way to celebrate the launch of its new summer schedule from Shannon Airport.

Ryanair is operating new routes to Bristol and Liverpool from Shannon this season, as well as a new route to Barcelona (Reus), which launched in March.

The flash sale also ends at midnight, tonight (May 22).

The offers come in a week that saw Ryanair announce a rise of 10pc in its full-year profits to €1.45 billion, with average fares dropping to €39.40 - despite a wave of flight cancellations last autumn and a fresh threat of pilot strikes.

Its website and app now host over one billion visits a year.

In other news, British Airways has launched a new weekly service from Dublin Airport to Manchester, running until September 30th. Flights depart Dublin at 21.20 every Friday, returning from Manchester at 08.55 on Sundays.

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