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In its over thirty year history, Ryanair has grown from being a provincial Irish airline into one of the largest in Europe in terms of numbers of scheduled passengers carried, and one of the world's busiest airlines. Ryanair flies to around 200 airports in 33 countries across Europe and North Africa and with over 110 million passengers annually, it carries more passengers than any other airline. Those looking to save money on Ryanair flights will find all the best offers and discounts on their dedicated page at HotUKDeals. Read more

All Ryanair Deals, Discounts & Sales for January 2019

Flights to Lanzarote for £5 one way @ Ryanair
Found 11th JanFound 11th Jan
I’ve just came across these flights to Lanzarote from Stansted, there are only limited dates so you’ll have to be quick. They are only £5 over to Lanzarote, however the return fli… Read more
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I've flown with them, had limited issues but disgusted by O'Leary's comments in the media and by the way passengers were treated during and after the strikes. Even when the CAA rule he's in the wrong and needs to treat customers fairly he still refuses. Although it didn't impact me personally I stand by all those whose holidays were ruined by his greed.


Nope. I've flown with them, and never had an issue. Treat the journey like the budget journey it is, and don't bitch about customer service not being at BA levels. Saying that, BA don't have a lot to boast about either. If Ryanair were a British company and Michael O'Leary had a British passport, he would have been sitting on the Queen's knee years ago, with his own editorial column in the Sun and Daily Mail. Anyway, this is a great deal, so voting hot.


Thanks for the effort you put into this, some people do not bother to spend 10 seconds in finding a deal, instead they are voting cold. Ryanair is a budget airline and this is how it should be treated, don't expect champagne when you pay for orange juice. Thanks to them, I still can go in holiday, after Monarch collapsed, not many choices for those far away from London.


No it's definitely the company or more directly it's CEO


Just checked! All sold out!

Ryanair 2019 New Year Sales
31/03/2019Expires on 31/03/2019Found 31st Dec 2018Found 31st Dec 2018
Ryanair have started their “New year 2019” sales. Tickets prices vary from destinations. Cheap as £4.88 single or return for £9.99
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No, not really, your original post was about price not reliability. You’re obviously not a fan of Ryanair but at least be objective in your criticism... tell us which low cost airlines have a better on time arrivals record than Ryanair?


I've had more problems with KLM and Air France over Ryanair in the past


I think it would be counter productive to charge to read the magazine considering they will make money out of advertising and also they advertise their own products like food, drink and onboard shopping. If people won't pay they £3 I am sure the people paying them to advertise would object as their target audience would shrink and Ryan Airs onboard sales would also be affected.


I have reluctantly booked with Ryanair for my holiday in June. I was holding out for Blue Air releasing there flights but as of yet they still only have flights available up until end of March. So not much other choice really and for £130 each with all extras seemed like a decent price.


Is it 4.88? British airways charge £50 to pick a seat on tickets that are selling for £1500.

Ryaniar Christmas fares from £4.88
Found 21st Dec 2018Found 21st Dec 2018
Christmas fares from £4.88. Know someone who loves to travel? Explore somewhere magical with someone special this winter. We’ve got some of the lowest fares to the most festive des… Read more
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Of course people would have preferred that but Ryanair took the decision (when the airport was still closed) to operate the flights rather than take the great risk of not being able to do so. I AM SURE that 99.9999% of people would prefer that than risk the flights not operating at all (There's alway one mind!)


You can put a 10kg cabin bag in the hold. Think it's £/€10 per flight. You drop bag off at usual check in desks. Obviously it costs more than taking it on board and you dont grt priority boarding but you don't have to drag it round the airport / go through security with it plus there are no restrictions on liquids. May suit some people especially when the wait for hold luggage nowadays is a lot less.


Just returned from a trip to Poland and it is clear a lot of people don't know/understand the new rules. A number of people kicking off at the gate when they are charged extra baggage costs. Ryanair weren't too bad with people pushing the boundaries somewhat but wizz air were putting any questionably sized bags into the measuring machine and charging those which didn't fit.


No need to be rude, what I said was true as per the Gatwick web site. The flights were cancelled all day Friday despite the Airport being opened back up at 06:30am . You now say they offered passengers flights from Stanstead 90 miles away across the other side of London. Still a massive additional inconvenience for passengers, most of whom I'm sure would have preferred Ryanair to get their flights back on track at the orginal Airport as soon they could like other Airlines did.


You don't have to always pay full price , payed £2 for flight from Leeds airport to lanzarote and £2 return few weeks back , the ultra cheap getaway, took the free standard cabin bag also dint pay for booking a seat, family members got seats nearby free so was great Aircraft flying on time got back on time what is their not to like about Ryanair Easy to find crazy cheap fares if you love to travel and can be flexible with time

250,000 flights from £9.99 @ Ryanair
Found 17th Dec 2018Found 17th Dec 2018
Popped into my inbox, looking for a trip to italy so great timing..Celebrate the festive season by planning a trip to a magical destination of your choice. We’ve got 250,000 seats … Read more
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Ive worked in the travel industry for years and I would say that the answer to all peoples rants is book as a package from an agent, that way you have some to call if it goes wrong, they also have a duty of care to get you to your destination at no extra cost. If you dont like the idea of booking with an agent then at least get travel insurance. You are fully covered for delays / cancellations then. I completely agree with the cancelled flights ruining holidays scenario but im afraid you get what you pay for. If you bought a car for £100 would you be surprised if the wheels fell off on your trip home? then why are you surprised if there are issues when you buy flights for a fiver? If you have a big family holiday then I would steer clear of them but just booked a long weekend in greece for £20 return, cant really beat that for price, the argument is always going to be how can we countenance travelling with a company who treat their staff so badly, well the short answer to that is how many people worry about the poor buggers in bangladesh getting paid a pittance when you can get a bag full of clothes at primark for £10.


Unfortunately many of the so called "Cheap Holiday " deals from Holiday Pirates and the like on here also involve Ryanair flights and are not packages as such . OK there are ways of getting your money back "eventually "! for the cancelled flight but that's no help when you have your family at the airport ,hotel booked at the other end , week off work booked etc and Ryanair for no good reason cancel your flight . That's even before we consider their terrible record for strikes . I can not advise members too strongly not to put your well earned holiday plans in the hands of these rogues . You may save a few quid if all goes to plan - but if they cancel your flight the rest of your holiday goes down the tubes with it . Maybe OK for Stag or Hen parties hoping to go to Prague or Benidorm - you can have your drunken party in the Airport Holiday Inn instead . Its the cash strapped families who lose their whole holiday that I sympathise with .


Ok I'm going to admit defeat all and retire this deal :(


Never liked the whole" From" 9.99 thing. They could have just 10 seats at 9.99 and the rest more


They now even charge to take a standard size cabin bag, and split your family up on the plane unless you pay extra fees. So, not so cheap and in my experience the customer service is awful (not a joke if something goes wrong).

Ryanair Flights to Europe - Starting at Ridiculous Prices of £1.94 One Way - Cheap Returns Available Too
Found 13th Dec 2018Found 13th Dec 2018
Aberdeen - Starting at £19.60 Belfast - Starting at £4.89 Birmingham - Starting at £4.89 Bournemouth - Starting at £4.88 Bristol - Starting at £4.89 Cardiff - Starting at … Read more

You get Data in Europe same cost at at home so just get your return boarding pass on your phone . Just been fuerteventura with RA quite lot had boarding pass on their phones so no problem in Europe


I have flown 100s of times happily with them but it has now become a joke. I have been on 2 trips with them during the last month. The free luggage allowance was fine for 2 days in Poland but meant I could not buy stuff. The 48hr timescale for the boarding pass on your return journey is how they are getting their money as there are few internet cafes now and most airports have got rid of these facilities, Bristol had 6 but none working . Hotel wifi was poor at my last 2 places, it took over 3 hrs of trying before I gave up trying to check in both times, 1 hotel helped the other refused. I met other travelers who could not get decent free wifi to check in and get passes. I booked easyjet for my hol to Faro, the 20 quid difference for luggage and no worries works out cheaper.


Exactly, print a pass is free, seats are free unless missus wants to sit next to you which I'm not fussed but she seems to like sitting with me so I pay a fiver, you have the choice for it all free.


Why is it stress, do you use them?


No just a bloke who uses them and hasn't had any complaints, we do exist, as opposed to those who jump on the slag Ryanair off brigade who have probably never used them whilst complaining about the tramps who drink in Wetherspoons but are happy to pay £6 for piss in a posh bar to look down on us plebs who enjoy life and holidays at a decent price...ps I do shop in john lewis as well .

Cheap Flights @ RyanAir
Found 11th Dec 2018Found 11th Dec 2018
January - various dates Leeds/Bradford to Lanzarote from £28 return book via Ryanair site

Oh the haters... Brrrrrr it's cold in here. (shock)


Worst company ever. Going to use easy jet.


Brilliant, Exeter to Naples £64 return, thanks OP


The company who thinks the rules don't apply to them. Also anyone booking, make sure you double check the passenger names within 24 hours. https://www.moneysavingexpert.com/news/2018/12/ryanair-passengers-risk--115-fee-after-system-changes-surnames/


Add other things then you wont even remember the air fare.

Ryanair Leeds Bradford to Lanzarote return £16.98
Found 8th Dec 2018Found 8th Dec 2018
L eeds Bradford ro Lanzarote £1.99 flying Tuesday 11th December and if you return on Saturday 15th December the flight will cost £14.99 total cost £ 16.98

21c and sunny isnt bad at all


Who is on budget ..these airlines are much better I thing ryanair copying them..


yes but there is such a bad weather in december..thats why its cheap.


Not a bad little airport, and as mentioned it is not in Bradford Flown from there once and dropped some friends off there as well. Nice new pub next to the airport now as well Thursday 13-20th coming up at £14.98 per person and a hotel in Puerto Del Carmen for £255 for 2 adults and 2 children. Cannot go wrong really


We landed at (Leeds) yeadon at 22.30 Friday night. So windy, it was squeaky bum time. A few muffled screams. Made it though, hats off to the pilot!! (y)

Return flights to Sweden from Edinburgh next week £3.98 @ RyanAir
Found 1st Dec 2018Found 1st Dec 2018
Just noticed next week Fri 7th till Mon 10th a return flight from Edinburgh to Stockholm is just £3.98!!!!
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Plus taxes plus luggage plus fuel surcharge plus VAT plus booking fee. Kindest regards


No thanks. Stockholm is full of no go ghettos now.


Worth it, just to go to the airport, stay a few hours to eat and get some duty free! (highfive)


No Gatwick lol


If it's skavsta you're not far wrong. Nykopping is a nice little town but skavsta is about 2 hours away from Stockholm.

Weekend break to Paphos (Cyprus) from Bournemouth £100 for 2 people (£50p/p) various departures throughout December e.g 14th - 17th December
Found 30th Nov 2018Found 30th Nov 2018
Great price, various availability throughout December. Good for anyone living along the south coast. Flights are with Ryanair. Lots of very cheap well reviewed accommodation avai… Read more
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Coral Bay is acceptable. Not as good as Nissi Beach/Fig Tree Bay obvs...


Yes the refurbished harbour and purpose built tourist town are dissapointing, however there is plenty of culture around 48 Hours in Paphos


Depends. Cyprus is generally a tropical climate and most of its days is sunny. December is usually just sunny and cloudy days.


How's the weather there in December?


Flight is £10 return on various dates

London to Amman (Jordan) One Way January, 1 stop £28.95 at Ryanair
Found 30th Nov 2018Found 30th Nov 2018
Example date is 7th Jan but plenty of other dates, just find a day that marries up. One Way Fly from London Luton to Vilnius with Ryanair arrive at 11.25 Depart at 13.55 Vilnius… Read more
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I had connecting flights in Vilinus coming back from Kiev to Liverpool, I cleared customs and was back on my second flight within 35 minutes only had 45 mins between landing and take off. Terminal 2 is arrivals, terminal 1 is departures. I had to clear customs twice as was coming from none EU country, bit had no issues. The flight was also two different airlines so not covered. I would take a chance on this.


Arrive at 11.25, depart at 13.55. So, 2.5 hours gap. Vilnius airport is small also more than likely you will have no luggage. By the time you pass border control (If you need too) you will have 2 hours left. Most of the airlines advise you to be at the airport 2-3 hours in advance. So, in normal circumstances you will have plenty of time. I had 1 hour gap in between flights at Brussels and it was sufficient. I had 3 hours gap flying to Denmark and connecting from Sweden, so changing the airport and the country, so again plenty of time. The only concern is Ryanair to leave on time from the UK.


I might risk a one way flight with Ryanair, if it was cheap enough. But deffinitely not with a stop, and 90 minutes connection time. Far too much to go wrong with an unreliable airline. Possible sector ticketing, so maybe customs as well. Thanks, but no thanks!


you have to go out and back in again with the low cost carriers,you usually have to buy 2 separate tickets. when you buy a ticket point to point you can just go to the connecting gate.


Never taken a connecting flight before so just curious. Does one have to go through security a second time or just go directly from gate to gate? Not planning on this trip ( though great deal). Would just like to know for reference.

Return flights Leeds to Lanzarote £3.98 inc all fees and taxes @ RyanAir
Found 29th Nov 2018Found 29th Nov 2018
Ryanair flights Leeds to Lanzarote 4-13 December £1.99 each way. What more is there to say. Other outbound dates for same price 6/12, 11/12, 13/12. Inbound 6/12.
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think when i fly on ryan air i am going to leave a few of these in the seat pockets


They lied then as it wasn't on time, however half an hour delay is 'ok', my commuter train is routinely delayed longer then that (blinking Northern Rail...)


On time according to the air regulatory board or whatever they are called mean no later than 15 minutes.


Yeah I usually do. This is still a bargain if you purchase priority boarding which includes a bag


But it also happened with Thomas Cook, Primera, Air Zimbabwe, Small Planet, Plymouth airlines, Fly Georgia, Hemet, Air Namibia etc, etc.Your point again was?

Edinburgh to Faro return flights - £19.98 @ Ryan Air
Found 28th Nov 2018Found 28th Nov 2018
Leave 1st December. Return 11th December.
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Today folk that had normal cabin bag just got a warning. Was all going smooth until they made us stand in the rain outside the plane for 20 mins! They are still so slow to board I think it’s cause the cabin staff do nothing to speed people along. Back to the drawing board for them I think.


Good deal. I got a decent deal a few weeks ago. £10 return from Bristol in February-£22 with the priority gig. Heat added.


Gentle Giant - I fly regularly with Ryanair and contrary to your comment about packing more seats in this is totally untrue ! The reason they have changed their policy on luggage allowance is due to people previously taking advantage and bringing on board larger “cabin” bags which results in too many bags and not adequate space . This results in delays. May I add that all the flights I have been on from Edi have always been very clean and up to date. They have added several new aircraft to their fleet which operates out of Edi . It annoys me intensely when people are quick to moan about Ryanair when infact they offer excellent fares and comfortable seats .


On the one hand, I am really tempted to vote hot, as Faro is usually a really expensive airport for flights, even in December. On the other hand it IS Ryan Air. Priority booking is strictly limited, as they have crammed so many seats into the cabin, there is no room for luggage; something like only 25% of passengers can book it?? Aesthetically, the seats look like those spotted in a badly modd'ed (and knackered) old Corsa. and are less comfortable than a medieval torture rack. I wont be buying tickets, I'll be in China by then.


I fly with them twice a week and they don't check unless it's obvious that the bag is too big. They also don't measure the bag -they have a rack which you have to be able to fit the bag into- just like they used to have for the normal carry-on bags just smaller- so you should be able to scrunch it up to fit in. You'd be very unlucky to be charged.

London (Essex, UK) to Reus (Catalonia, Spain) four day return £15.98 at Ryanair
Found 28th Nov 2018Found 28th Nov 2018
Cheap return to Spain for £15.98. Flying from Stansted in Essex to Reus (near Cambrils). Four day return, Tuesday 4th to Saturday 8th Dec. Yes, it's only with a tiny bag but som… Read more


I think there's only a few seats left and you and your partner's passports have expired so your waiting for them in the post. You can't put bargain hunters off pal. Smart move (y)


This isn't politics. It's just common sense. And although HUKD is all about getting whatever you want as cheaply as possible, the thoughtless pursuit of those deals deserves to be challenged. A weekend break to Spain shouldn't cost £5 when the IPCC have given the world 12 years to avert true catastrophe. Sorry if that makes you feel uncomfortable.


This isn’t a space for you to inform us of your personal beliefs or your views on politics. There are plenty of other forums if you want to talk about those things.


But we can, so we do. One person shouldn't cruise around in a whackoff great MPV but hey, they do. Go petition the airlines ( their pricing) whilst I get back home to pack for Prague. 😜 Don't speak to RMN's about mental disconnect lol. ( Unless your CPN suggests a room).

Pocket money return trip to Poland with Ryan Air - £5.98 all in including taxes
Found 26th Nov 2018Found 26th Nov 2018
Fly to Poland from 1st December returning on 15th December for £5.98 all in including taxes with Ryan Air.
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I paid more for 5min taxi 🚖 wtf!!!


and 20 quid for a sandwich and a coffee


Best way to take excess luggage is to buy something cheap from the duty free shop before boarding the gate. Request the biggest bag they have. Stuff everything in there (y) 🏼


Rip, it is rip, effing predictive. I proof read until the end last sentence.


Can you please explain your last sentence?

£2.92 for a flight - cheaper than meal deal - Ryanair Cyber week sale
Found 26th Nov 2018Found 26th Nov 2018
Ryanair is selling super cheap deals to Poland and Norway for £2.92. This is seriously cheap if you literally just want to hop on a flight, have a burger or sausage or whatever a… Read more

I agree. Ryanair are obsessed with headline prices. Hard to travel at those prices though! The quicker this 'issue' is banned, the better!


But usually with Ryanair and many more unfortunately nowadays you end up paying masses more then the upfront price let's on! Plus you can't do a cheap search for a price anymore as you have to go through all the ins and outs only to find it 70 quid more than 2 quid unless of course you don't by the oxygen (unicorn)


There will be more sales, lots and lots of them, believe me. I'd like to know what is the longest Ryanair have gone between 'sales'?


Need a cheap flight to Turin Hoping Ryanair will have more sales and that fares on the Italian routes will be as low as this deal


I agree flking disgraceful asset stripers..should be shut down..how they haven't crashed is beyond me (god forbid)..our lady must be smiling down on them..want to make it clear this is aimed at o leary specifically not the people who work there treated like schnit.

Ryanair Black Friday 25% off 1 million flights
Found 23rd Nov 2018Found 23rd Nov 2018
Hi, Was looking at booking a short break next year and stumbled across this. Flights must be taken Jan - April and you’ve got until 23rd Nov to book. As long as you don’t mind … Read more
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Remember, if Ryanair's online checkin system goes down (like it did recently), you have to check in at the airport and they charge you something ridiculous like £55 per person per flight - even if it is their fault!


I've flown with them and with EasyJet recently. A huge difference between them even though both are regarded as low cost carriers. On EasyJet, we were automatically seated together, allowed to bring hand luggage with no weight limit, didn't have to endure non stop sales pitches from the crew, and the seats were slightly more comfortable.


I'm flying with them in Dec but I got the ticket before this bag stuff came in but still had to pay for premium ticket or what ever it was so the flight went from 20 to 40 time you seats on etc. Was emotion black mail as a trip with your other half you atleast want to sit together...


I don't mind Ryan Air you get what you pay for but I don't see them as cheap any more all the add ons you need to pay for just makes the ticket double in price. They are constantly looking to squeeze money out of you with bag charges, seat charges, speedy boarding which is a shame as a airline with no thrills that isn't trying to squeeze people would win easily. In the long run they have killed themselves with all the bad publicity.


No worries, I did think it would get a frosty reception but thought it worth a post.

Flights from £5 Ryanair Seat Sale - Travel December to February
Refreshed 21st Nov 2018Refreshed 21st Nov 2018
Iv just booked to go to Toulose in Feb for a tenner return. Unsure of other destinations. Book by midnight November 21st. Travel December - February 2019. Fares subject to av… Read more
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Go on, do it just for me (y)


Return to heathrow via tube costs me more than this.


  Spare a thought for poor ole Michael O’Leary, Chief Executive of Ryanair. After arriving in a hotel in Manchester, he went to the bar and asked for a pint of Guinness. The barman nodded and said, "That will be £1 please, Mr. O’Leary." Somewhat taken aback, O'Leary replied, "That's very cheap," and handed over his money. "Well, we do try to stay ahead of the competition", said the barman. "And we are serving free pints every Wednesday from 6 pm until 8 pm. We have the cheapest beer in England". "That is remarkable value", Michael comments. "I see you don't seem to have a glass, so you'll probably need one of ours. That will be £3 please." O'Leary scowled, but paid up. He took his drink and walked towards a seat. "Ah, you want to sit down?" said the barman. "That'll be an extra £2. You could have pre-booked the seat, and it would have only cost you £1." "I think you may be too big for the seat sir, can I ask you to sit in this frame please". Michael attempts to sit down but the frame is too small and when he can't squeeze in, he complains "Nobody would fit in that little frame". "I'm afraid if you can't fit in the frame you'll have to pay an extra surcharge of £4 for your seat sir". O'Leary swore to himself, but paid up. "I see that you have brought your laptop with you" added the barman. "And since that wasn't pre-booked either, that will be another £3." O'Leary was so incensed that he walked back to the bar, slammed his drink on the counter, and yelled, "This is ridiculous, I want to speak to the manager". "I see you want to use the counter," says the barman, "that will be £2 please." O'Leary's face was red with rage. "Do you know who I am?" "Of course I do Mr. O'Leary." "I've had enough! What sort of a Hotel is this? I come in for a quiet drink and you treat me like this. I insist on speaking to a manager!" "Here is his e-mail address, or if you wish, you can contact him between 9.00 am and 9.01am every morning, Monday to Tuesday at this free phone number. Calls are free, until they are answered, then there is a talking charge of only £1 per second, or part thereof". "I will never use this bar again". "OK sir, but do remember, we are the only hotel in England selling pints for £1."   XD XD XD


Good deal for non-critical flights when you can accommodate delays without much issue.


Just to clarify what I meant. The 2 hour arrival rule is nothing to do with the flight of the aircraft you were supposed to fly on. It only relates to any alternate flight you may have accepted from Ryanair to get you to your original destination. When Ryanair cancel a flight, they have to offer you two options. You can either accept a full refund or you can choose to fly on the next available (same day or next day) Ryanair flight. If you went for the refund because there was no suitable alternate flight from the same airport or any alternate airport and you never got to fly to your destination, ignore that 2 hour rule as it is irrelevant. Ryanair stated last April that they aim to pay a "valid" claim under the EU261 flight delay regulation within 10 days of receiving it. The Ryanair link to use for claiming compensation for cancelled (or delayed flights of more than 3 hours) is below:- https://eu261compensationclaims.ryanair.com/

Lanzarote £33.98 Return Flights from Manchester
Found 31st Oct 2018Found 31st Oct 2018
Return flight from Manchester to Lanzarote £33.98!!! Absolute Bargain!! 22nd November - 29th November
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Beware Ryanair in turmoil. Need a change of leadership. O'Leary wide eyed and staring, Jack Nicholson


You realise he's not actually an idiot, right? It's all an act.


6:20 am? Nah.


Yes it was. However he also stared in a series called 'An Idiot Abroad' so I wouldn't pay too much attention.


Ryanair - is that the one that makes you use the outside toilet,if you want to use the one inside the plane it costs you more