Ryanair Selling Flights All Over Europe For £4.99

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As the cold winds and horrific weather grips us tighter with each passing day, Ryanair has landed a gift in our laps.

You can get flights from £4.99 to a host of wonderful European destinations from most UK airports.

You have to be quick and spontaneous though, as the sale ends at midnight tonight, Tuesday March 6.

Croatia is in the sale FYI:

Due to an issue with the airline’s staff holidays, the budget flight company previously had to halt the holiday plans of many tourists.

I’m sure they’ve got it all under control now though and they’re making up for previous errors with flights to Barcelona for £7.99, Budapest for £14.99 and Corfu for £19.99.

If you’re looking for some sun, Malta, Greece, or Gran Canaria are probably your best bet and you can get to all of those destinations from £19.99 one way.

Or if you want to enjoy the crisp cool weather of early spring properly, maybe try out Norway.

UNILAD Adventure compiled the most beautiful time-lapse of the country:

Last September, when over 18,000 flights were cancelled, Head of Ryanair, Michael O’Leary, made the following statement:

We sincerely apologise to those customers who’ve been affected by last week’s flight cancellations, or these sensible schedule changes announced today.

While over 99 per cent of our 129 million customers will not have been affected by any cancellations or disruptions, we deeply regret any doubt we caused existing customers last week about Ryanair’s reliability, or the risk of further cancellations.

From today, there will be no more rostering related flight cancellations this winter or in summer 2018.

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O’Leary continued:

Slower growth this winter, will create lots of spare aircraft and crews which will allow us to manage the exceptional volumes of annual leave we committed to delivering in the nine months to Dec 2017.

We will start a new 12 month leave period on the 1st of Jan 2018 in full compliance with EU regulations and the IAA’s requirements.

All of the passengers who’ve been affected by these disruptions have now been offered re-accommodation or full refunds and their applicable EU261 entitlements.

In addition today, they’re receiving a travel voucher (€40 one way/€80 return) which they may use to book any Ryanair flight of their choice during October for travel between October and March 2018.

You can find cheap flights from London Stansted, Luton, Manchester, Bristol, East Midlands, and Edinburgh on the Ryanair website.

It’s probably going to be raining here for the next two months, so what have you got to lose?