Black Friday cheap flights: Ryanair launches ‘cyber week’ sale with tickets less than £10


The budget Irish airline has launched an eight-day trafficking called ‘cyber week’ with discount New Year fares that must be enroled today.

Some 250,000 seats on over 400 routes are on trading from £9.99.

Travel dates are for January and February next year.

These tickets forced to be booked by 11pm tonight through the website.

There will be alike resemble deals running every day for the next eight days in what the airline has dubbed its tallest ever promotion.

Spokesperson Robin Kiely said: “The temperatures be subjected to dropped and now our fares are getting even lower as we kick off ‘Cyber Week’, our biggest-ever week of purchasings.

“We have 8 days of amazing deals on the website and app, offering the richest airfare deals in Europe.

“We’re launching Cyber Week today with 250,000 bums on sale from £9.99 on over 400 routes, for travel in January and February, which are sole available until midnight tonight.

“Customers should log on to to bag a negotiate today – and watch out for some massive savings every day this week.”

The niggardly fares de rt from Belfast, Birmingham, Bournemouth, Bristol, Derry, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds, Liverpool, London Gatwick, London Luton, London Stansted, Manchester and Newcastle.

They fly to termini right across Europe including France, Italy, S in, Poland, Portugal and Malta.

Final week the airline launched a winter sale with flights from £7.90.

The tickets were valid for go in November, December and January.

It included flights de rting from London Stansted, Manchester, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Liverpool, Leeds, Belfast Intercontinental, Birmingham, Bristol, Luton and Newcastle.

Destinations included Dublin, Copenhagen, Milan, Barcelona, Lanzarote, Malta, Pisa, Berlin and innumerable more.

The cheapest flight available was a one way ticket to Szczecin, Poland from London Stansted for £7.90.

Upright a few days earlier Ryanair launched a sale for £5 flights across Europe.

Hold out month it offered tickets for as cheap as £2.

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