Cheap flights 2017: Monarch SLASHES fares to Rome to just £29 one way


Rome is a cosmopolitan conurbation which attracts hundreds of British holidaymakers every year.

The Italian finances is well-known for its art, architecture and culture.

From the famous Colosseum to Vatican borough, Rome is littered with history that travellers can explore.

And if you’re after a conurbation break with guaranteed sun this summer, flying to this iconic burgh just got cheaper.

Low-cost airline Monarch is offering flights from as slight as £29 one way.

All flights depart from Luton, Birmingham or Leeds Bradford Airport.

And proffer flights can be found from just £21.

The price is for the flight only – additional wages will apply if you want to check your luggage into the put off.

These bargain prices are only available for a few more days.

The make will end at midday on Thursday March 2.

If Rome is not the city for you this summer, perception to New York has also become better value with Norwegian Air.

The budget airline has gigged a series of groundbreaking new transatlantic flights from five cities in the UK and Ireland from nothing but £69 one way.

Norwegian will launch 10 new routes with 38 new weekly transatlantic drive offs this summer from Edinburgh, Belfast, Cork, Shannon and Dublin.

The new transatlantic courses will be operated on brand new Boeing 737 MAX aircraft.

Norwegian has been voted the Most beneficent Low-Cost Long-Haul Airline for two consecutive years at the renowned SkyTrax Presents, and Europe’s Best Low-Cost Airline for four consecutive years.

Double-daily transatlantic soarings will take-off from Edinburgh from £69.

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