Budget airline Ryanair has revealed that travellers can snap up tickets from London Stansted to Dusseldorf from just £12.99. (Featured image by Assumulator)
The low-cost flight offer to the German city is part of the airline’s weekly “Monday Madness” promotion, with a total of 100,000 seats across its entire European network also starting from just £12.99.
Available on more than 1,000 of Ryanair’s European routes for travel on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday in April, the seats must be booked before midnight on Thursday February 21.
The “all-in” fares include all non-optional taxes, charges and fees. In order to fly for the advertised £12.99 fare, Ryanair advises that passengers should travel with carry-on luggage only, and decline the airline’s priority boarding service.
“Only Ryanair sells Europe’s lowest fares with no fuel surcharges guaranteed, across over 1,500 routes, connecting 180 destinations, while delivering Europe’s No 1 customer service, with the most on-time flights, fewest cancellations and least mishandled bags,” said Ryanair’s Robin Kiely.
“Passengers can book 100,000 ‘Monday Madness’ seats on over 1,000 European routes, including London Stansted to Dusseldorf, at prices starting from just £12.99, for travel in April.”
He added: “These seats are only available until midnight Thursday and at these mad prices are sure to be snapped up fast, so we urge passengers to book them on ryanair.com before they sell out.”
Ryanair has recently announced that it will be opening its first bases outside of the EU this year, with Morocco chosen as the pioneering destination.
The airline’s 56th and 57th bases respectively will be located in Fez and Marrakech, and the budget carrier also confirmed that it will be adding two new Moroccan airports, at Essaouira and Rabat, to its schedule.
A total of 15 routes will operate from Fez, including four new routes to Lille, Nantes, Nimes and St Etienne.
A further 22 routes will operate from Marrakech, including seven new routes to Baden, Bergerac, Cuneo (Italy), Dole (France), Munich, Paris (Vatry) and Tours.
The changes come as Ryanair expands its operations in Morocco to 60 routes and eight airports, which is expected to deliver 2.5m passengers each year.