Stansted-Norway for £10 with Ryanair

Ryanair has launched low-cost fares from London Stansted to Haugesund, in Norway, on flights throughout April. (Featured image by Fagerjord)

Passengers who book flights to the Norwegian town before Monday, March 18 will be able to fly for just £10, including all taxes and charges.

Ryanair’s low-cost flights to Norway are part of the airline’s sale on flights across Europe, covering 100,000 seats and more than 1,000 routes.

“Only Ryanair sells Europe’s lowest fares with no fuel surcharges guaranteed, while delivering Europe’s No 1 customer service, with the most on-time flights, fewest cancellations and least mishandled bags,” said Robin Kiely, a spokesman for the airline.

Ryanair at Stansted

Ryanair at Stansted. Image by Deanster1983

The low fares are available on flights between Monday and Thursday throughout April, and passengers need to book through ryanair.com before Monday to take advantage.

“Passengers can book 100,000 ‘Bargain Thursday’ seats on over 1,000 European routes, including London Stansted to Haugesund, at prices starting from just £10, for travel in April,” added Mr Kiely.

“These seats are only available until midnight Monday and at these mad prices are sure to be snapped up fast, so we urge passengers to book.”

Ryanair recently announced that it is boosting its flight schedule to Dublin in preparation for St Patrick’s Day.

Michael O'Leary is ready for Paddy's Day

Michael O’Leary is ready for Paddy’s Day. Image by Ryanair

This year will see the airline operate its biggest-ever St Patrick’s Day schedule, with more than 580 flights between the Irish capital and destinations across Europe.

Over the St Paddy’s weekend Ryanair expects to carry more than 100,000 passengers between Dublin and 70 destinations, including hubs across the UK.

“As Ireland’s greatest export, Ryanair is proud to fly the Irish flag and no more so than on St Patrick’s Day,” said Mr Kiely.

“We’ll carry over 100,000 passengers on 580 flights to and from Dublin over St Patrick’s weekend, as part of our biggest-ever Paddy’s Day schedule, connecting Dublin with 70 destinations.”