Ryanair offers flash sale on Business Plus seats

Ryanair offers flash sale on Business Plus seats

Ryanair are offering a four day Business Plus sale with €25 off all Business Plus fares booked for travel between November and March - excluding December 19 to January 4.

The Business Plus flight offers a number of benefits for passengers including free airport check-in, security fast-track, priority boarding, premium allocated seat, dedicated Business Plus desk at airports and also +1/-1 day flexibility on ticket changes.

The flights must be booked before midnight Monday November 7 on Ryanair.com website and app.

Ryanair's Kenny Jacobs said: "Over 25% of Ryanair customers travel on business, saving time and money, while enjoying our industry-leading punctuality and the largest route network in Europe, so there’s never been a better time to fly Ryanair for business.

"This great offer will allow business people to enjoy the benefits of Ryanair business travel and save over €200 compared to the business class fares of other airlines."

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