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Newcastle UK to Malaga Spain for only £4.99 one way (£9.98 return) @ Ryanair

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Price starts from £4.99 one way or £9.98 return selected dates only. AIRLINE Ryanair Outbound dates: 04 Dec & 13 Dec ( at £4.99) Inbound dates: 10 Dec, 12 Dec, 13 Dec, 15 Dec, 17 Dec, 19 Dec,
rosan13 Avatar1w, 15h agoFound 1 week, 15 hours ago17 Comments
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Birmingham roughly the same dates £9.99 e/w
Excellent for economic and medical migrants who have exhausted UK resources.
When you select the "return" option it comes back with a pop-up saying "Really? Are you sure? Do you REALLY want a return? REALLY?? Oh well, your funeral.".
They'd have to pay me to go to Newcastle!
Rse hole
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Ryan air new cyber Monday deal - Leeds to Spain for £9.99 and many more

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The budget airline website is offering cheap deals and tickets all week on their website including flights to Dublin, Paris and more from Manchester, Leeds Airport.....
Tony4u Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago5 Comments
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i got three return seats from leeds Bradford to gran canaria on the 2nd jan and return 8th jan for £75
gerry7230
had a flight for 9.99 went to double check our dates back on 10 mins later price up to 33.99.**** off Ryanair.

Having literally just returned home from Stansted, I agree with your conclusion.
had a flight for 9.99 went to double check our dates back on 10 mins later price up to 33.99.**** off Ryanair.
kristoff
Site's overloaded


​most flights sold out :(
Site's overloaded
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Cyber Week Ryanair flights from 7.99

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Bunch of seriously cheap flights going as part of Cyber week with Ryanair. Yesterday was flights from 9.99 to fly Jan or Feb 2017. Tuesday's deal is flights from 7.99 travelling this December, includi…
bmbm21 Avatar2w, 3d agoFound 2 weeks, 3 days ago12 Comments
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Have zero problems with Ryanair. Flown with them several times this year (BA don't serve Birmingham at all, which is my local airport) Ryanair arrives at the destination early, extremely friendly crew, clean planes and most importantly - CHEAP! I can put up with them for European hops which are usually less than 3 hours!
Anyone know if they're will be any cheap flights to France?wanted to travel in December around the 28th for 3/4 nights
nipstyler
sisqoboy2
peympeym
I rather pay more and not fly with these cowboys
​probably u haven't experienced wizzair… X)
​Yep I travel all over the place with work and wizz air is indeed the worst airline I've ever experienced. I'm 6 3 and can just get into a normal airline seat. On way out to Bulgaria with wizz air I was able to get in my seat. On way back the seats were almost 3 inches closer together. I had to sit at an angle with my feet in the Isle. After an hour of that I lost my **** and went and sat in the toilet for the rest of the flight. They set an all time low in my mind I'll never fly with them again. Ryanair are a luxury airline compared to wizz air
I am rather short so never had this problem but maybe you could consider paying a bit extra for extra leg room if you have to fly with wizz again. Just a thought.
True!
Enjoy the in-flight movie in the plane next to you...... They are not a cowboys they are Amtrak with wings.
peympeym
I rather pay more and not fly with these cowboys
Yeah, get the megabus to Paris - enjoy!
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Flight and Hotel to Lanzarote from Belfast 5th Dec £180.00 per person

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Ryanair have return flight to Lanzarote from Belfast on 5th December for 7 nights at £14.99 each way. Thomascook Hotels have an all inclusive hotel for £150 per person in Paradise Island Hotel in Pla…
clairie Avatar2w, 4d agoFound 2 weeks, 4 days ago3 Comments
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Return flight now 31.99
You might run into £2000/minute speech giver David Cameron while you are there...
If not a hotel can get alot cheaper using airbnb
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Cyber Week Ryanair Europe from £9.99

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250k seats to Europe from £9.99 on Ryanair cyber Week!
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Ryanair Sale - 250,000 seats from £9.99

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Ryanair sale on 250 thousand seats from £9.99 ends Friday midnight
mujaed Avatar3w, 1d agoFound 3 weeks, 1 day ago2 Comments
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a week in Malaga in Dec is £19.98 rtn
As usual the return is not at 9.99 unless you are ready to stay there a month
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£5.00 RyanAir Flights (£10 return) to...(see comments)

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Ryanair are doing a flash sale today. You can get a single out for £5 and return for £10 if you fly out on a Tuesday/Wednesday and come back either on a Tuesday or Wednesday in November. Here ar…
chrisgunn123 Avatar3w, 4d agoFound 3 weeks, 4 days ago36 Comments
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graura13
chrisgunn123
landros1
Nothing from third world airports like ( BHX ) as usual.
I feel your pain. From Birms myself
I feel your pain being from brum! They do doe doe don't say doe

You appear to have something stuck up your nose.
the reason BHX is not in the list it s pure history.you ll find way cheaper then 5 quids flights from birmingham to little Asia then to dublin...history...
Pyongyang
Bergerac.http://www.bbc.co.uk/staticarchive/a8719fe3704a1a69a63375ee2e368fbc74d905d0.jpg


I've been in that car :D
dribspak
dublin or warsaw? jeez. I'd rather stay in Newcastle
I'm polish. Warsaw is really nice. With attitude like this I prefer if you stayed in Newcastle as well ;)
IamMT
chrisgunn123
Afraid the deal is now over!
Expire?


No idea how to do it!
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Super cheap last minute flights to Gran Canaria for £19.98 return @ ryanair

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Ryanair have some super cheap last minute flights to Gran Canaria for £19.99 return from East Midlands. There are a few dates available for November for £19.98 return from East Midlands including 1…
BlueSkies Avatar4w, 1d agoFound 4 weeks, 1 day ago8 Comments
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Good find
Now looking for cheap accommodation from 3rd Dec till 10th
trakker1
Posted to make me more depressed!! I came back two weeks ago and still struggling to adapt back to my boring life!!

:D


​its a fantastic place <38)<38)
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2 night weekend break in Luxembourg City at Christmas for £69.50pp, inc. Flights and 4* Hotel ryanair

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So you all know of Luxembourg and can find it on a map, but have you ever visited? If not (or maybe you have been before), then now's your chance! Just in time for a quick last minute Christmas break,…
WillWorkForTravel Avatar1m, 6d agoFound 1 month, 6 days ago22 Comments
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Stardust83
eternalflame
During School dates and includes Monday which is a working day so voted cold.
For goodness sake! I'm a vegetarian but I would still vote a meat deal hot if it was in fact a good deal. Surely you can recognise a good deal even if it isn't necessarily suitable for you?!?!
How about not voting at all? You sound like you care more about a stupid vote for a deal online than you are about, you know, living things
I think you've completely missed the point of this site!
Stardust83
eternalflame
During School dates and includes Monday which is a working day so voted cold.
For goodness sake! I'm a vegetarian but I would still vote a meat deal hot if it was in fact a good deal. Surely you can recognise a good deal even if it isn't necessarily suitable for you?!?!

How about not voting at all? You sound like you care more about a stupid vote for a deal online than you are about, you know, living things
princessandboo2012
Stardust83
eternalflame
During School dates and includes Monday which is a working day so voted cold.
For goodness sake! I'm a vegetarian but I would still vote a meat deal hot if it was in fact a good deal. Surely you can recognise a good deal even if it isn't necessarily suitable for you?!?!
​I'm a vegetarian and wouldn't vote for a meat deal, just promotes the product. It makes no sense.
I vote meat deals hot if they save our family money and I've not ate meat since the late 80's, mrs and kids do though. I'm voting this HOT because it is suitable for veggies :p
eternalflame
During School dates and includes Monday which is a working day so voted cold.
The ignore button was invented for comments like this.
Stardust83
eternalflame
During School dates and includes Monday which is a working day so voted cold.
For goodness sake! I'm a vegetarian but I would still vote a meat deal hot if it was in fact a good deal. Surely you can recognise a good deal even if it isn't necessarily suitable for you?!?!


​I'm a vegetarian and wouldn't vote for a meat deal, just promotes the product. It makes no sense.
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Beat the winter blues with Ryanair. Flights from £9.99

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Beat the winter blues Brighten up your winter by escaping on a holiday or a weekend break. There are so many options - 999 routes are on sale from €9.99. Book by midnight (GMT) Wednesday. Trav…
I_am_luho Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago4 Comments
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Just booked Berlin from manchester 20-22 Jan £24.29, bargain!
Why such a long link? Everyone knows it is ryanair.com

Edited By: rodman on Nov 01, 2016 22:08
quoted 125 quid
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East Midlands to Gran Canaria for £20.00 return @ Ryanair

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Bargain fares from East Midlands to sunny Gran Canaria with Ryanair. November flights.
soundlovers Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago16 Comments
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Anyone know when this finishes? I can see this has been extended but until when? Thanks
Booking on my phone app is fine - no price increase
Wadadli_Cooler
Be careful with their web site. Each time you visit to look up a price it adds about £20 on. Suggest using your phone or tablet to check prices, then use a computer when you are ready to book.
Sneaky so-and-sos!
Airbnb looks good if you research for good reviews - there are whole apartments available if need more space
Hotels are ridiculously expensive everywhere. Think all they hotel's must of got the heads up from RyanAir
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Return flights London Stansted to Gran Canaria 19/2/17-26/2/17 half term £79.03 @ Ryanair

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Return flights London Stansted to Gran Canaria in what will be half term for some people. £79.03, add luggage and seats and it comes in at around £100 each. Not bad in half term.
Marmite32 Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago9 Comments
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half term week before cold
It's half term for a lot of people though worth the drive from Cheshire.
Not half term for us we're the week before
This isn't even half term week for anyone in Essex...it's the week earlier and works out over a grand for three people :(
jase.2
Its all one having cheap flights as the cost of accommodation in the canaries is through the roof this winter as no one is going to egypt, tunisia etc and probably a lot less to turkey + the drop in the pound

Yeah but you're less likely to get killed in the gran canaries by terrorists.

Edited By: KM4353 on Oct 29, 2016 17:00
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3 nights in Venice for £69.98 each including flights and 3 star hotel @elvoline

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This deal is based on 2 adults flying out to Venice Marco Polo from Bristol on 5th November returning 8th November. There are similar flight prices from East Midlands. You will be staying in th…
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gw3gon
Krizzo3
Nice if you are on the dole and can get up and just go :D
If you're on dole, this isn't how you should be spending taxpayer's money.
Its either that or weed.
WEED easy choice really. :p
spenspuma
77andyb
So people 'on the dole' shouldn't be allowed to have cheap holidays? Ludicrous statement.
If youre claiming unemployment benefits from the state then no, you technically should only have enough money each week for food and rent. This is the biggest problem with the dole system...lazy people are using it as a way of life. Wanting the same things as those who go to work, but without lifting a finger to earn it.
A bit like the Syrian 30 year old 'children' we have accepted in recently....absolutely zero chance of ever putting into the system...simply take take take as they are unemployable.

I'd should also add that people on JSA can have savings up to a certain amount, so to say anyone on unemployment benefits shouldn't be taking holidays is, as I initially stated, ridiculous.
spenspuma
77andyb
So people 'on the dole' shouldn't be allowed to have cheap holidays? Ludicrous statement.
If youre claiming unemployment benefits from the state then no, you technically should only have enough money each week for food and rent. This is the biggest problem with the dole system...lazy people are using it as a way of life. Wanting the same things as those who go to work, but without lifting a finger to earn it.
A bit like the Syrian 30 year old 'children' we have accepted in recently....absolutely zero chance of ever putting into the system...simply take take take as they are unemployable.

So you don't think people claiming unemployment benefits sometimes lower the quality of their food and clothing, scrimp and save, in order to be able to afford a short break? That's a very short-sighted view of the situation. A short break could help improve the state of mind of somebody struggling to find a job, thereby increasing their chances of finding a job. I won't bore you with the statistics of how little real benefit fraud actually goes on, but I see you really buy into the tabloid mentality, and probably feel more animosity towards a very small minority of people who may be committing benefit fraud than you do towards huge corporations that do their utmost to avoid taxes while simultaneously paying their employees cack wages. As for Syrian refugees, frankly I don't give a fig if a few 'overage' ones take asylum here. If you were in their situation and had the opportunity to get out of that hell hole, you'd probably try it on. France and Italy take twice as many asylum seekers than the UK, and Germany takes 6 times as many. Stop believing the bull you hear from your mates in the pub, or read in the Sun or Daily Mail.
snake-hips
usetheforceluke
mrmcdermot
Gollywood
How much is the train journey?
​2 euros 55 cents just got back 2 weeks ago be warned though that when you purchase your ticket you must validate it.
the need to validate the ticket is only shown on the small print on the rear of the ticket and come on who reads the back of their ticket?!
so many tourists were being fined 30 euros each myself included as the ticket inspectors were merciless
Help us out m8. you purchase a ticket but you also have to validate it??? what exactly does that entail as you have not explained.
There's a machine where you enter your ticket, it's very straightforward.

its not when the post fails to explain in the first place. hence the request for information.

cheers though
brymcgregor
Hello, everyone.
This discussion about validating tickets is a weird one, to me.
Many European countries have this system. I guess we may think we're a little spoilt in the UK with extensive Oyster coverage, where you have to touch in when you start a journey and touch out when your journey ends. That's 2 swipings, no?
In cities which use validation systems, you (generally) only have to validate the ticket once, at the start of your journey, and that's it - usually. So, one less action than Oyster. Also, countries which require you to validate your ticket are no different to, say, London where, if you don't have a valid ticket or Oyster card to travel, you'll pay a penalty. This is no different to anywhere I've ever been which doesn't use Oyster.
If you do the usual type of traveller research before you go away, you'll find out about this and should be aware of all the procedures before you arrive. It really is no big deal. And, honestly, do you really think transport companies abroad are out to get tourists/travellers by being sneaky about things like this? No, me neither.
Happy holidays.
The problem is that People unused to this system although they may have bought a ticket and are able to present this to an Inspector,if it isn't validated(by putting it through the validation machine before boarding the train or bus),then it is not a "validated" ticket and therefore the Inspector will demand an on the spot fine.This is part of his job.How many times do you think he must hear the excuse,"Sorry I didn't know",or "I forgot to validate it",or "I didn't have time to validate it because I didn't want to miss my train".
brymcgregor
Hello, everyone.
This discussion about validating tickets is a weird one, to me.
Many European countries have this system. I guess we may think we're a little spoilt in the UK with extensive Oyster coverage, where you have to touch in when you start a journey and touch out when your journey ends. That's 2 swipings, no?
In cities which use validation systems, you (generally) only have to validate the ticket once, at the start of your journey, and that's it - usually. So, one less action than Oyster. Also, countries which require you to validate your ticket are no different to, say, London where, if you don't have a valid ticket or Oyster card to travel, you'll pay a penalty. This is no different to anywhere I've ever been which doesn't use Oyster.
If you do the usual type of traveller research before you go away, you'll find out about this and should be aware of all the procedures before you arrive. It really is no big deal. And, honestly, do you really think transport companies abroad are out to get tourists/travellers by being sneaky about things like this? No, me neither.
Happy holidays.
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£2 each way Midweek flight London Stansted to Oslo Norway (closest airport to Oslo) with Ryanair £4.00

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In november mid week return flights London Stansted to oslo can be found for £4. Ryanair now fly to gardemoen which is oslos main airport and is 25 mins by train and costs £10 each way to the city.
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book an hotel with a buffet breakfast and make this the main meal of the day. Norway is extremely expensive two soft drinks and two bars of chocolate from sweetshop like 12 pounds. worth a short sweet visit. loved Oslo.
Do NOT buy the Oslo Pass unless you plan to travel a lot and go to a number of museums covered by the Oslo Pass. Many are free. Oslo is small. You can walk most places in the centre. Do your sums first. You are better off buying a book of tickets if all you need to do is get on and off buses. Oslo is a great place to visit at any time of year. But a tad expensive.
You can do it cheap if you aren't fussy. We hitch-hiked from the airport to the city and only took 2 hours.
steve123uk
dewonderful
The cheap flight doesn't really matter when you start to add in transport to Stansted, travel food, the £20 train journey in Oslo, £30 A DAY to see the sights, expensive hotel, expensive food/booze etc. And the fact it'll be wet or bitterly cold doesn't sweeten the deal much either. Good if you have family over there though or have lots of money to burn (which might keep your fingers warm X) ).
Damn, do you ever leave the house without thinking how much your journey will cost?

For £4 most people can't even travel 10 miles on a bus. This get you flights with no airport taxes, chance to buy duty free and experience another country



I must admit, I took adv of cheap flights in September to Oslo for 3 nights with the wife. Paid £20 pp for flights and got a decent apartment through airbnb. We wanted a cheap weekend but ended up spending an absolute fortune despite being fairly "considered" about spending!
steve123uk
dewonderful
The cheap flight doesn't really matter when you start to add in transport to Stansted, travel food, the £20 train journey in Oslo, £30 A DAY to see the sights, expensive hotel, expensive food/booze etc. And the fact it'll be wet or bitterly cold doesn't sweeten the deal much either. Good if you have family over there though or have lots of money to burn (which might keep your fingers warm X) ).
Damn, do you ever leave the house without thinking how much your journey will cost?

For £4 most people can't even travel 10 miles on a bus. This get you flights with no airport taxes, chance to buy duty free and experience another country
Well said.

Edited By: GrantD on Oct 26, 2016 20:55
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BARGAIN! Gran Canaria from Glasgow Prestwick and Edinburgh for only £4.00 return! @ Ryanair

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Ryanair has gone mad and is giving away £2 tickets for their November flights! Return trips to Gran Canaria from Scotland are available for just £4. November flights only. There are plenty of other…
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The flight mentioned is £14.99 now from Prestwick so prices must've gone up :(
I swear there is never any amazing flight deals down in the South
bargain way to get a TAN lol what with all that cloud cover in Scotland
Im actually off from 7-15th Nov, but cannot find anything of similar price from London Gatwick or Luton.
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RYANAIR flights selling from £1.73 one way, and from £1.99 to come back !!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Title says it all, absolute bargain ! Travel Tue/Wed in November 2016 - rodman
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cobrastang
Cold,we are destroying our planet.People should be limited to two flights per year IMO

Some people should have limited internet
Edynburg oO
jayjello
Chiptivo
cobrastang
kimbo87
cobrastang
Cold,we are destroying our planet.People should be limited to two flights per year IMO
Do you walk to work everyday? Do you use a washing machine? Do you watch TV? How often do you have a bath/shower? I truly hope your comment wasn't serious....
1 aircraft taking off and landing does more damage than a lifetime of average car driving per person.My opinion,dont reply I don't care what you think
Damage is not an appropriate word. The planet adjusts quite easily. More co2 for the greenery and oceans to turn to oxygen. Just a cycle. Analyse what a volcano kicks out and you will soon realise that a jet engine is the equivalent of a grain of sand
https://www.theguardian.com/environment/climate-consensus-97-per-cent/2016/oct/24/the-atmosphere-is-being-radicalized-by-climate-change
The world's volcanoes, both on land and undersea, generate about 200 million tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) annually.
Worldwide, flights produced 781 million tonnes of CO2 in 2015.
The planet needs co2. My garden loves the stuff.
Chiptivo
cobrastang
kimbo87
cobrastang
Cold,we are destroying our planet.People should be limited to two flights per year IMO
Do you walk to work everyday? Do you use a washing machine? Do you watch TV? How often do you have a bath/shower? I truly hope your comment wasn't serious....
1 aircraft taking off and landing does more damage than a lifetime of average car driving per person.My opinion,dont reply I don't care what you think
Damage is not an appropriate word. The planet adjusts quite easily. More co2 for the greenery and oceans to turn to oxygen. Just a cycle. Analyse what a volcano kicks out and you will soon realise that a jet engine is the equivalent of a grain of sand

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/climate-consensus-97-per-cent/2016/oct/24/the-atmosphere-is-being-radicalized-by-climate-change

The world's volcanoes, both on land and undersea, generate about 200 million tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) annually.
Worldwide, flights produced 781 million tonnes of CO2 in 2015.
rnr81
my £15 return to Barcelona is now £48
my £8 (x2 adults) outbound and inbound flights are now £64+ - thanks op, huge saving!

Edited By: kimbo87 on Oct 27, 2016 12:38
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Many UK cities to Barcelona from £25.00 return @ Ryanair

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Ryanair is offering a lot of great fares to Barcelona from many UK cities at the moment. If you book affordable hotels rooms via sites like Booking or Trivago, you can put together a really cheap city…
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I was in Barcelona last weekend and I paid £120 return with Vueling & Ryanair! Don't understand what the negative feedback is with Ryanair... I would definitely fly with them again
ryanair is the best budget company out there, never had problems with them.
you want horror....try wizz.air
swayndo
It's a hot deal but tbh I wouldn't fly with Ryanair for free.
why?
Nothjng wrong with Ryanair nor Easyjet, I know what to expect from them and for the short time I spend on the plane the price they charge is very good. As mentioned if you buy food and a drink before you board you wont need to buy in flight. Some people are picky but thats them.
£ to Euro pretty bad, no point
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Manchester to Mallorca for only £20.00 return @ Ryanair

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Bargain return flights from Manchester to Mallorca for just £20 @ Ryanair. There are plenty of dates to choose from in November, including long weekend trips. Sample long weekend trip: 26 - 29 Nov
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That's it. It wasn't just a different flight he was coming home on. It was our plane. I even saw him at the gate as we arrived and they left. We spoke to the ground staff at Leeds as the delay went on and they told us the plane had landed at Liverpool and the crew was out of hours. I really believe they made the most of the little fog we had and used it as an excuse to get away with the crew hours issue. Still don't know how they could compensate the Palma to leeds passengers and not the Leeds to Palma passengers.
misterfrostie
Nothing mate. Nothing at all. Got flightdelays involved and everything was looking good but they backed off and dropped the case. Thing is an old mate of mine was in Palma waiting for our flight so they could come home and they got 400 euros each!


So your mate travelling on RyanAir was delayed too but a different flight and got the standard 400 Euros... and you didn't. It does seem strange that one gets paid and the other doesn't if I've understood it correctly.

Only mentioned it as my sister was delayed more than 3 hours on a different airline recently and they got 400 Euros each.
Nothing mate. Nothing at all. Got flightdelays involved and everything was looking good but they backed off and dropped the case. Thing is an old mate of mine was in Palma waiting for our flight so they could come home and they got 400 euros each!
misterfrostie
Last time I flew to Mallorca it was with Ryanair and they were 11 hours late. Blamed it on poor weather but every other flight operator managed to land around them. Flight was diverted from Leeds to Liverpool but they made no attempt to get us there whatsoever. I'll never fly with them again, even at this price.

How much compensation did you get? http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/travel/flight-delays

I've never had an problem with RyanAir so haven't had the need to claim.

PS. Booked a £20 return for a weekend in November. Thanks OP
craigstephens
[quote=siadwel][
​Regardless of where the flight is to and what the temperature is there, it's £20! A flight to Spain for £20! That is a deal.

Can only agree with you there,
Good deal, voted hot
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Cheap flights to Gran Canaria and Lanzarote from London for just £40.00 return! @ Ryanair

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Bargain return flights from London Luton and London Stansted to Gran Canaria and Lanzarote for just £40. There are plenty of dates to choose from in November and December, including weekend trips.
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jezzery
Does anyone know of any cheap places to stay in Lanzarote or know the best place to search. Thanks


Try airbnb
rodman
jezzery
Does anyone know of any cheap places to stay in Lanzarote or know the best place to search. Thanks
trivago


Cheers will have a look
jezzery
Does anyone know of any cheap places to stay in Lanzarote or know the best place to search. Thanks
trivago
Does anyone know of any cheap places to stay in Lanzarote or know the best place to search. Thanks
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Flights to the Algarve from Leeds Bradford or East Midlands with Ryanair - £9.99

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One way flights from East Midlands or Leeds Bradford airport to Faro (Algarve) starting from £9.99 Last week in October + first week of November. Might include other airports/times too, however
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thanks
I already have a return flight it was a change of mind that made me book this one, it's normally cheaper to book it with ryanair there and then get a return flight with another company like monarch
how much is flight back? or are you planning on staying there
Dublin at the same price as well..
jurislasmanis
Sorry, we don't fly to Algarve it's what Ryanair say
Choose country = Portugal, Airport = Faro

A Brief History of Ryanair

RyanairFirst established in 1984, the first Ryanair flight took place the following year. It was a 15-seater Embraer turboprop plane between Waterford, Ireland, and London's Gatwick Airport. At first, the company was rapidly losing money, and in 1994 the, now infamous, Michael O'Leary, was brought as Ryanair's CEO in to turn things around. O'Leary quickly realised that the best way to attain profitability was in the "no frills" approach, meaning low fares, fast turn-around times and no Business Class.

Since then, Ryanair has gone from strength to strength, capitalising on the European Union's deregulation of the aviation industry throughout the 1990s. In 2000, the website www.ryanair.com was launched and over the next few years more and more destinations were added to the airline's roster and passenger numbers consistently grew.

Despite O'Leary's outspoken reputation within the industry, the1,800 daily routes, a fleet of 340 Boeing 737-800s, over 110 million passengers annually and an unblemished safety record, no one can deny the success of Ryanair as an airline.

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Services Available at Ryanair.com

Finding flights and other services on ryanair.com couldn't be easier. On the homepage, there are three tabs; one for flights, one for hotels and one for car hire. Simply select the service you want, and type in the required information.

Ryanair additionally offers three different fares:

  • Ryanair Regular – Free 10kg cabin bag, 1 smaller bag
  • Leisure Plus – 20kg checked-in luggage, free 10kg cabin bag, 1 smaller bag, priority boarding
  • Business Plus – Flexibility on ticket changes, free airport check-in, security fast track, priority boarding and seat preference

The standard size for the cabin bag at Ryanair is 55 x 40 x 20cm while the smaller bag can measure up to 40 x 30 x 20cm.

Top Ten Ryanair Destinations

Top Ten Cities

  • Barcelona, Spain
  • Madrid, Spain
  • London, UK
  • Milan, Italy
  • Paris, France
  • Rome, Italy
  • Palma de Mallorca, Spain
  • Brussels, Belgium
  • Ibiza, Spain
  • Seville, Spain

Top Ten Countries

  • Spain
  • Italy
  • United Kingdom
  • France
  • Morocco
  • Belgium
  • Ireland
  • Portugal
  • Germany
  • Hungary

Sales and Deals at Ryanair.com

Throughout the year, Ryanair offers a whole host of discounts and promotions on flights to a variety of destinations. These are usually advertised quite vividly on the homepage, so it's worth checking it out from time to time if you're in search of a deal on your next getaway.

Ryanair has, for the last few years, been getting in on the action every November for the Black Friday and Cyber Monday weekend. In recent years they were offering bargains on flights to Europe. It looks certain that they'll be participating this year too. Only time will tell what Europe's busiest airline has in store, but it's definitely worth keeping track of Ryanair this Black Friday for great deals on flights.

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Registering a myRyanair account

It's not necessary to be a registered user on Ryanair.com in order to buy flights, although signing up for a myRyanair account has many benefits, including:

  1. Feedback option where you can tell Ryanair your flight preferences.
  2. Tailored deals and offers to suit you.
  3. A fast booking process due to securely saved payment details.

Signing up means that you must agree with Ryanair's Privacy Policy whereby you also automatically agree to receive the Ryanair e-newsletter which is full of exclusive deals and the latest offers on cheap flights. If you wish to unsubscribe, you can do this later.

Subscribers are also automatically included in the myRyanair Rewards scheme, introduced in April 2016 and the first of its kind for the airline since Michael O'Leary become CEO in 1994. You can earn Rewards points by answering questionnaires and filling in certain information.

Payment Methods at Ryanair.com

Ryanair accepts a variety of payment methods including PayPal, American Express, Visa and MasterCard credit cards and Visa Connect, Visa Electron, Visa Delta and MasterCard Prepaid debit cards. Bear in mind a 2% booking fee is levied on payments made with credit cards, American Express, MasterCard Prepaid and PayPal.

Cancellations, Changes, and Refunds at Ryanair

Ryanair flights may be changed but not cancelled. If you need to make any changes to a Ryanair flight, there is a 24 hour grace period following the time of booking whereby you can correct any small errors such as dates, routes and spelling of names. After this time, it's still possible to make changes up to four hours before your flight is scheduled to depart, but this will incur a fee. The amount of the fee depends on a number of factors, which you can view here.

Making changes to your Ryanair flight using myRyanair is simple:

  • Log-in to your myRyanair account and click "Manage" at the top of the homepage.
  • Select the flight you wish to make changes to.
  • Click "Manage your trip".
  • In the pop-up menu simply select what you'd like to change and follow the on-screen instructions.

If you don't have a myRyanair account:

  • Click "Manage" on the website.
  • Select whether you'd like to search for your booking with your e-mail address, credit card number or flight details and click "Go".
  • Follow the same process from Step 2 in the above instructions.

Refunds on flights are only granted if your flight is either cancelled or delayed for more than three hours and you no longer wish to take it. If you wish to request a refund in these circumstances or read the small print of Ryanair's Refund Policy, see here.

While, if you miss your flight or you are unable to take it, there is no refund, however you are legally entitled to claim the tax back on it. Government tax refunds are subject to an administrative fee and if the amount of tax you'll get back is less than the fee, there will be no refund.

Ryanair Online Check-in

Ryanair Social Media, Mobile App, and Blog

Like most major airlines, Ryanair has a large following on social media. If you're looking for bargains, discounts and deals on flights to Europe, it's definitely worth following their different channels.

Ryanair App

Ryanair customers with smartphones can also download their mobile app. It's available for iOS and Android and downloading it allows you:

  • Fast, easy 3-step booking
  • Built-in boarding passes
  • Easy access to myRyanair
  • Live flight updates

Ryanair App

You can also get the latest Ryanair news, browse travel articles and tips, as well get information about special offers and cheap flights on Ryanair's online blog, 'Into the Blue'.

Ryanair Contact Details

If you have a question for Ryanair, the first thing to do is search the topics via their online Help Centre. Many topics are covered here and you can save time and/or phone call charges by checking here before contacting Ryanair through other methods:

  1. For the online e-mail contact form: go to their website.
  2. By phone: 0843 5047252, calls cost 7p per minute.
  3. By post:
  • Ryanair Ltd.
  • Corporate Head Office
  • Airside Business Park
  • Swords
  • Co Dublin
  • Ireland

If you want to hear about the latest and greatest online deals from Ryanair, make sure to go to their dedicated page on HotUKDeals.