Ryanair Sale: Flights All Over Europe as Cheap as €8 r/t


Irish budget airline Ryanair has launched a great sale on flights all over Europe. You can purchase round trips from various airports at prices starting at only €8! As usual, you will only be allowed one small cabin bag when booking the basic fare. Availability is highest in August.


Please inform yourself about the current travel regulations and restrictions in the country you intend to visit. The Re-open Europe site provided by the European Union is a good start.

Flying from Krakow to Belfast and back for merely PLN 38 (~€8)!

The pricing is definitely great! And we’ve been able to find quite a few available flights. No big surprise since there must be a couple of hundred different options, combining all possible flights within Europe. We figured it wouldn’t make too much sense to list all offers here. But you can follow the link to your country’s landing page for booking:

  • Austria
    e.g. Vienna – Billund: €10
  • Belgium
    e.g. Brussels – Banja Luka: €10
  • Croatia
    e.g. Pula – London: €20
  • Czech Republic
    e.g. Prague – London: CZK 518 (~€20)
  • Denmark
    e.g. Billund – Bologna: DKK 118 (~€16)
  • Finland
    e.g. Lappeenranta – Milan: €16
  • France
    e.g. Paris – Liverpool: €10
  • Germany
    e.g. Dusseldorf – Oradea: €10
  • Great Britain
    e.g. London – Brive: £10 (~€12)
  • Greece
    e.g. Athens – Budapest: €20
  • Hungary
    e.g. Budapest – East Midlands: HUF 3,518 (~€10)
  • Ireland
    e.g. Dublin – Billund: €16
  • Italy
    e.g. Milan – East Midlands: €10
  • Latvia
    e.g. Riga – Edinburgh: €10
  • Lithuania
    e.g. Vilnius – Billund: €10
  • Luxembourg
    e.g. Luxembourg – Porto: €30
  • Netherlands
    e.g. Eindhoven – Edinburgh: €16
  • Norway
    e.g. Oslo – Gdansk: NOK 98 (~€10)
  • Poland
    e.g. Kraków – Belfast: PLN 38 (~€8)
  • Portugal
    e.g. Faro – Aberdeen: €10
  • Spain
    e.g. Madrid – Bristol: €10
  • Sweden
    e.g. Stockholm – Gdansk: SEK 158 (~€16)
  • and more…

The example prices are for round trips. A oneway flight would cost exactly half as much.

The luggage allowance that is included in Ryanair’s deals can be a downside. You can only bring a small backpack or bag for free. Everything else will cost extra. There is the option to add a cabin trolley by selecting the priority boarding add-on. And you can also opt for 10 kg or more of checked luggage. Prices start at €10 per round-trip.

Search & Book

The best way to get an overview of all possible connections is to use Google Flights (instructions). Or just visit ryanair.com and try to find your trip via the calendar function.

It will be best to book your ticket via the carrier’s website. Especially if you want to add additional services such as priority boarding or checked bags. Even if you have to pay extra, at least the airline states all prices fair and correctly.

Additional Costs

To get some insight into Ryanair’s pricing policy, you can also have a look at our article on this topic:

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