Ryanair announce sale with flights from €9.99

Ryanair announce sale with flights from €9.99

Pack your bags- Ryanair have announced a sale of flights, with prices starting from just €9.99.

The budget airline's prices are from November to May of next year, meaning it's the perfect excuse to book an escape from those Winter blues.

However, travellers must be quick, as the sale ends at midnight this Sunday.

There are plenty of options, whether it's a city break to London, a visit to Warsaw, or a beach break in Ibiza.

Ryanair's Alejandra Ruiz said: “This week we’re cutting 25% off 1 million seats across our European network for travel between November and May, so it’s a perfect time to plan a bargain breakaway between these months."

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