So things are looking kind of bleak here in the UK, aren’t they? The bad news is hitting us from all angles, it’s cold and it literally won’t stop raining. Essentially, we’re over it. We need a break, you hear us?
Sounds like what we all need is a good old summer holiday in the works, right? Something to look forward to next year as we drag ourselves through the chilly months. Well, we’ve got just the thing. Ryanair has just launched its summer 2023 schedule, and tickets start from £20.99. Destinations will include Spain, Italy and France as well as Ryanair’s newly announced routes: Ibiza, Fuerteventura and Chania on Crete.
The budget airline has released details for more than 2,500 flights, announcing that there will be even more scheduled over the next few weeks. They cover top European holiday destinations throughout easter and summer 2023. There’s also a new scheme allowing customers to pay half now and half later if they book through the Family Plus Package. Ryanair’s Dara Brady called the flights a ‘recession-busting bargain’ allowing travellers to look forward to some ‘summer sunshine’.