RYANAIR has launched a summer sale with flights to Spain, Italy and France from just £24.99.
The low-cost airline has slashed prices on flights from UK airports scheduled for July and August.
Some flights are even cheaper than the £24.99 offer on the Ryanair website, with limited availability.
These include flights to Madrid, Barcelona and Venice for around £20, while a range of French destinations cost around £14.99.
Or fly to Menorca for £17.49 or Ibiza from £21.99, while flights to Paris cost around £16.99.
In order to take advantage of the low fares, all flights must be booked by May 11, 2022.
Brits can choose from over 15 UK airports including London Gatwick, Manchester and Newcastle.
You have to pay extra for seats or your suitcase as only Ryanair passengers get a small backpack take on board.
And rates are subject to availability. So the earlier you book, the more likely you are to get a bargain.
However, before booking a holiday, you should find out about the travel regulations of the destination.
Some destinations still require Covid testing or vaccinations for entry – thankfully hotspots like Spain and Portugal have started lifting many of their Covid restrictions in the last days.
Both countries have said they are ending mandatory face masks indoors, while Portugal is also scrapping its passenger locator form.
The Sun recently revealed how you can always Secure the best seat on a Ryanair flight with a practical seating plan.
But make sure you check your passport before you travel – a Ryanair passenger did forbidden to board his flight although I still have over a year on it.
And check your boarding gate, too — one couple landed 800 miles from home after boarding Wrong Ryanair flight.
Another couple had a similar problem afterwards take the wrong flight to Spain.
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