Ryanair announced its new sale for holidays 2020 today. Customers can now bag seats for half the usual price. Ryanair has launched 50 percent off more than 750,000 seats for travel this autumn.
The offer applies to flights in September and October.
Travellers will be able to jet off to one, two or more of Ryanair’s 240 destinations.
Routes are available to Europe, North Africa and the Middle East.
However, eager holidaymakers will have to act fast.
The sale ends at midnight tomorrow.
Ryanair’s Alejandra Ruiz said: “We have launched another sale that is hard to refuse.
“[It offers] 50 percent off over 750,000 seats across our entire network for travel during the months of September and October.
“Customers can book this unmissable half price deal to top holiday and city break destinations across Europe, North Africa and the Middle East.
“To avail of these special fares customers must be quick and visit the Ryanair.com website to book their flights before midnight, Wednesday, September 9.”
The sale was announced just a day after fellow budget airline Jet2 unveiled the details of its summer 2021 sale.
Holidaymakers will be able to take advantage of £100 off per person on package holidays with Jet2holidays for next summer.
Meanwhile, airline Jet2.com is offering 10 percent off flights to all summer 2021 destinations.
Holidaymakers won’t be able to wait around, though.
Both Jet2 offers extend to the first 50,000 bookings only.
The summer 2021 deals don’t stop there.
Jet2 has also unveiled there will be one million free child places.
Every flight next summer will have at least one free child place, with free child places available every day to every destination.
Steve Heapy, CEO of Jet2.com and Jet2holidays said: “With Autumn already creeping up on us, after what has been an uncertain and difficult time for everyone, we want to give our customers something to really look forward to.
“There’s no feeling like getting that all-important summer holiday booked, and this huge sale means there are some fantastic deals to be had.”
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