Hundreds of thousands of budget flight tickets are available to book from Ryanair in a massive sale – which ends at midnight tonight.
Ryanair’s flash ticket sale is for flights in May, and some are going for the low price of just £4.99, the Mirror reports.
Budapest, in Hungary, Italy’s Trapani and Maastricht in the Netherlands are some of the locations you can fly to for less than five pounds.
Brits can pick from more than 230 destinations including Greece, Spain, France, Germany and more.
The bargain flights go from airports in Stansted, Gatwick, Luton, Birmingham, Bournemouth, Bristol, Cardiff, Derry, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds Bradford, Liverpool, Manchester and Newcastle.
The cheap tickets are available on ryanair.com.
The sale ends at 11.59pm tonight.
Earlier this month Ryanair was among the airlines issuing passport warnings to Brits looking to travel overseas.
An increasing number of countries are ending their Covid travel rules, while others are welcoming UK travelers with some entry rules still in place.
While we’ve all been navigating the Covid admin for holidays, there’s one key document that could be easy to overlook, but it’s arguably the most important admin; your passport’s validity.
Countries have their own rules on how long your passport needs to be valid for when you travel – some want three months after your departure date, others six.
The impact of Brexit has seen changes to EU rules, with Brits warned by authorities to check their passports.
Airlines have their own differing rules too.
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Ryanair said non-EU passport holders must have a passport that’s valid for at least three months from their date of departure when heading to a Schengen member country.
There are exemptions, for example if you’ve been issued a residence permit of a long-term visa.
For travel outside the European Economic Area (EEA), your passport must be valid for the period of intended stay, with a handful of exceptions:
- For Jordan, the passport must be valid for six months beyond the period of the intended stay.
- For Turkey, the passport must be valid for six months from the date of entry.
- For Montenegro, the passport must be valid for at least three months.
- For Bosnia and Herzegovina, the passport must be valid for at least three months.
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