Ryanair summer flight flash sale to Spain, Italy and Greece with seats for £9.99

Ryanair have launched a summer flight flash sale to Spain, Italy and Greece with seats for just £9.99.

The low-cost airline is offering customers a whopping 25% off more than 200,000 seats for flights in August and September.

You can grab a flight to Poland for just £7.99 and for £9.99 you can hop on a plane to Alicante and Malaga.

Despite the UK government still advising against non-essential travel to Portugal the airline is still selling tickets to the country.



Passengers will have to wear face masks or face coverings as part of enhanced safety and hygiene measures

But you had better be quick because flights needs to be booked by the end of tomorrow.

Last week Ryanair announced it will fly to 24 new holiday destinations from the UK this summer.

New routes summer 2020

* Bristol to Vienna

* Edinburgh to Bucharest

* Edinburgh to Bydgoszcz

* Exeter to Alicante

* Manchester to Pisa

* Manchester to Kerry

* Manchester to Paris Beauvais

* Manchester to Copenhagen

* Manchester to Rodez

* Manchester to Katowice

* Manchester to Milan Malpensa

* Manchester to Prague 

* London Southend to Bergerac

* London Southend to Marseille

* London Southend to Girona

* London Southend to Bucharest

* London Southend to Vilnius

* London Stansted to Essaouira

* London Stansted to Dresden

* London Stansted to Cluj

* London Stansted to Kosice

* London Stansted to Terceira

* Luton to Krakow

* Luton to Seville

The carrier is restoring almost 90% of its route network but frequencies will be lower than normal, with just 40% of its normal July capacity.

Passengers will have to wear face masks or face coverings as part of enhanced safety and hygiene measures.

Ryanair Group’s chief executive Michael O’Leary said: “We expect in July to carry more than 4.5 million customers, many of them families taking well earned Mediterranean holidays after the severe challenges of the Covid-19 lockdown, home schooling, etc.

“These 1,000 daily flights mark an important turning point for Ryanair and for the tourism industry of Europe, which supports so many jobs and small businesses.”

Last week the government released a list of 73 countries holidaymakers from England can visit with no mandatory quarantine upon their return – including Spain, Italy, France and Malta.

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