Ryanair launches summer sale - with fares from Newcastle for [pounds sterling]17.99; The airline says passengers can save [pounds sterling]40 each on return flights.
Byline: Simon Meechan
Ryanair has launched a summer fare sale - after it emerged the airline will be cutting services next year.
Passengers can get up to [pounds sterling]40 off return fares for late summer and early autumn travel, based on two adults travelling together, from airports around the UK.
The sale launched on Tuesday night and runs until Wednesday July 31.
Ryanair's Summer deals page says customers can get one-way fares fromNewcastleto Palma, Mallorca, for as little as [pounds sterling]17.99.
There are seats from Leeds or Edinburgh to Malta from [pounds sterling]25.23, while customers can travel from Manchester Airport to Palermo, Sicily, from [pounds sterling]22.98.
Ryanair sale tickets can bebooked online, here.
Discounts are on offer for travel between Thursday August 1 and Wednesday October 30.
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Yesterday, Ryanair confirmed it is set to cut its summer 2020 flights, as the airline is reducing its fleet, due to air travel regulators grounding new Boeing planes.
The delays mean Ryanair will be forced to fly just 30 aircraft next summer, down from 58.
It's not yet clear Ryanair's routes fromNewcastle airport will be affected, as it is not one of the airline's hub airports.
The news comes after all Boeing 737 MAX planes were grounded worldwide earlier this year following two fatal crashes in Ethiopia and off the coast of Indonesia.
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|Publication:||The Chronicle (Newscastle upon Tyne, England)|
|Date:||Jul 17, 2019|
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