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Edinburgh to Palma - 1-Week Return Flights in June from £33.98 Value fares with Ryanair
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Posted 25th MayPosted 25th May
It is for 6 to 9 days round trip from Edinburgh to Palma. Save 73 per cent on the average price for flights in June.
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Hotels seem expensive


Do I have to be vaccinated to travel there ?


Agree, you just need to know the rules and travel with hand luggage and off you go. Can't remember last time I had a significantly late flight.


Was look at flights for June ..ta .. you just saved me a few Bob.. heat


Why? Ryanair are great, whereelse are you gettting a return flgith like this for under £50

One way flights from £4.99, only until midnight tonight @ Ryanair
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Posted 21st AprPosted 21st Apr
ryanair.com/gb/en/plan-trip/explore/cheap-deals The low-cost airline is offering super-cheap tickets to dozens of Euro destinations. For as little as £5 (!), you can jet off to culture-st…
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I honestly don’t know why anyone wouldn’t. It has great food. It has so much history and culture. It’s a very big place so there’s something for everyone. City life, monuments/sights, mountains, skiing in winter, beaches… People are generally nice. In every country there are nice and not so nice people and all tourist resorts have their share of sharks. But ordinary Turks are very hospitable and most Turks are nice. It has a great climate especially if you go when our weather is a bit rubbish (September, October, April, May) The Aegean Sea is fabulous. Lots of rich people with wry large yachts would agree with me. It’s inexpensive to have a good holiday, eat, drink, see the sights, relax. I probably wouldn’t hire a car but other than that I honestly don’t understand why anyone wouldn’t consider visiting Turkey.I’ve been to lots of places and I have no unpleasant experiences with Turkey.


That’s a whole different hotdeals UK post.


20l is a normal size, city backpack. I know ours are 20 or 25l and we use them as hand luggage with Ryanair.


I didn't realise I'd mistyped and then deleted this post


This 'typo', @glaspark ? XD

Flash 12 Hour Sale - From £16.99 travel in May e.g. Stansted to Milan, Bergamo @ Ryanair
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Posted 10th AprPosted 10th Apr
Just received this by Email. Ryanair is currently having a flash 12 hour sale on many flights. This offer includes a lot more destinations compared to the recent other offers by Ryanair. …
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Good idea, but I will leave my wife and my kids in the non EU queue, as they dont have EU documents. Maybe border control will turn them back and I will enjoy my holiday on my own :D


Just use your other passport and leave the plebs in the non-EU queue whilst you grab a cool beer 8)


No issues in Leeds? There have been days with over 3 hour long queues. So it’s been just as bad.


Waiting time has nothing to do with Ryanair. Luggage charges are clearly specified when you're booking the tickets. We just returned from abroad. Ryanair and Wizzair price was £350 for 4 of us without seats and luggage. With seats and luggage, Ryanair price £420. Wizzair £570. You do the Maths. Follow the rules and read before you book. I've used them more than 50 times over the past 10 years. They never made any extra money on me. Do your research before.


The Muppets that turn up at the gate or check-in with over weight or oversized bags are the ones claiming they've been scammed, as you say keep to the rules and pay for what you take with you won't have any shock surprises.

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Summer Sale on from £24.99 return @ Ryanair
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Posted 5th AprPosted 5th Apr
The Ryanair Summer Sale has commenced from this afternoon, with return flights from £24.99 and return for as little as £9.99! All fares are subject to availability. Book by 10 April 2022, t…

Thanks for sharing @kapzar (highfive)


London seriously gets all the cheap flights.


Isn't that at DFS?


There’s a sale on every week lmao.

Ryanair weekend flash sale from £14.99 e.g. Stansted - Budapest £4.99 one way 26 Apr at Ryanair
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Posted 1st AprPosted 1st Apr
Lots of cheap fares e.g Stansted to Budapest one-way £4.99 Also new service to Lapland and many more Lots and lots of destinations from various airports.
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Yes you are right, Thameslink is a good option.


Thameslink is a good direct option from North London to Gatwick, or from South London to Luton. Trains run through the night too.


I don't see why getting to Gatwick from North London should be a mega pain. I don't know what your departure point is exactly but take the overground to Clapham Junction and change to Southernrailways for Gatwick. I know it involves changing platforms, too many stations in between and time consuming but can be done! You can even take the Gatwick Express from London Victoria but costs a bit more. I don't know if the Easybus still operates but is very cheap.


I live in zone 4 myself and the comment I had replied to was a londoner too, so I wasn't assuming. Yes it takes me an hour to reach Central but I'm also probably younger than the average HUKD user so I'm ready to take the extra faff for a cheap fare.


i'm in north london so gatwick is a mega pain to get to. I've done train to luton before - it's a faff because the train stops 1km or so from the station and for the last bit you need a bus/walk. Just really badly thought out transport connection. Don't understand for the life of me why they don't extend the train line to the airport! For the coach/bus, yes can do for stansted but for the early morning flights the trains don't run to the bus stop where the coaches go, and getting a cab there (to coach stop) would be 1/3 to 1/2 of the taxi fare to the airport sand when you add in the coach fare it basically makes no difference to getting a cab from home to the airport. I've literally thought of every single permutation and getting to luton and stansted just seems a waste of time and effort. Honestly for not much more and considerably less stress, I can get to heathrow/london city airport. They seem to have flights are more normal times too. (i.e. when trains run) You're making a massive assumption everyone in london can easily get to a transport connection like Victoria or a train to luton/stansted. From where I live It'd take me an hour on the tube just to get to Victoria (zone 4 in north london).