Volotea Sale: โ‚ฌ9 Oneways Within Europe

Madrid Airport

Spanish low-cost carrier Volotea has an interesting sale going on, selling oneway tickets within Europe for โ‚ฌ9. The airline does not only give you the chance to get around the continent for a decent price – they are also the only European airline to use Boeing 717 jets.

The promotion ends when it runs out of availability. You can find cheap tickets from December 2020 through October 2021, even if the availability is quite limited on some routes. While selected one ways are very cheap, it is sometimes hard to find a roundtrip for less than โ‚ฌ40 (which is still a good price, though).

The best offers are usually domestic flights in Italy, France, Greece or Spain. However, some international routes are available at the lowest price, too:

From Nantes to Madrid and back for โ‚ฌ10 during Christmas

Volotea serves 46 destinations, most of which are located in Southern European countries Spain, Italy and Greece. It operates domestic flights within these countries, as well. The map above shows some, but not all airports served by the carrier.

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Volotea’s current sale is scheduled to last until it’s sold out and is only valid for flights purchased on the carrier’s website. Said site features a very user-friendly interface that makes it easy to find all available flights at the lowest possible fare.

It will show all flights from/to a specific country, like France, Spain, Italy or Greece:

Volotea 9 Sale

Especially on longer flights to the Canary or Aegean islands, you can get some pretty high value tickets. Since Volotea is a low-cost carrier, you have to pay for additional services like food, beverages or hold luggage. The airline offers ready-made bundles as well as the option to purchase them individually:

Volotea Bonus Purchase
Purchase additional services in a bundle to save money.

Source: FLY4FREE

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