RYANAIR has launched another sale on flights, with fares starting from just £4.99 one way.
It comes just days after the airline’s flash sale on flights ended.
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If you missed the chance to snap up bargain flights in the airline’s sale last week, you’ve got another chance this week.
At the moment, the cheapest flights from the UK start from just £4.99, with departure airports around the UK.
All of the £4.99 flights are to Ireland, with destinations including Dublin, Knock and Shannen.
However, if you’re looking to travel a little further afield, the airline is also offering flights to various European destinations for less than a tenner.
From London Southend Airport for example, you’ll find flights to Corfu, Faro, Milan and Palma de Mallorca from just £8.99 one way.
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London Stansted has the largest selection of flights from £9.99 one way, including destinations such as Barcelona, Biarritz and Bratislava.
From Manchester, you can go to Billund, Bordeaux, Brussels, Marseille, Nantes and Limoges from just £9.99 one way.
Ryanair‘s latest sale will end on October 10, with travel dates between November 2019 and May 2020.
Last week, the airline had a flash sale with flights from £5.99 to celebrate carrying 150 million passengers in just 12 months.
It also announced a number of new routes as well as released flights between now and October 2020.
Easyjet also launched its 2020 flights recently for those looking to plan ahead.
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