Ryanair Announce "European Excursions" And The Flights Are Practically Free

There's low prices, and then there is this.


The weather has finally broke.

We didn't think it would, but it has so we're already thinking about ways that we can get out of the place and go to somewhere different.

Ryanair have been reading our minds and have launched the "european excursion" sale and they have up to 10% on 500,000 seats.

Some flights are going for as little as 9.98 one-way but fares are subject to availability.

They are for travel from August to September but you need to book by midnight on the 16th July.

The deals are from Dublin Airport, Shannon Airport, Knock Airport, Kerry Airport and Cork Airport.

This comes after Ryanair said that they welcomed the approval of its Laudamotion proposal.

Ryanair’s Chief Legal & Regulatory Officer, Juliusz Komorek said:

“We welcome the EU Commission’s decision to approve Ryanair’s proposed acquisition of a 75% interest in Laudamotion. Ryanair remains committed to bringing competition, choice and low fares to the Austrian, German and Spanish markets through our investment in Laudamotion. We urge the EU competition authorities to take action and prevent any further attempts by Lufthansa to damage competition through its anti-consumer behaviour.”

You can find more information on the sale here.

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