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Ryanair launches week-long sale including French routes

The discounted ticket fares on offer are changing every day this week, so customers hoping to book should keep checking the website

Ryanair is running a week-long sale ahead of Black Friday Pic: kamilpetran / Shutterstock

Low-cost airline Ryanair has begun a week-long sale, with the deals on offer changing every day, to mark ‘Cyber Week’ ahead of Black Friday. 

Each day, the sale will concern a different time of year, whether it be November to February, Easter or summer. 

For example, today (November 22) customers will find flights between London-Stansted and Toulouse, Limoges, Marseille, Nantes, Bergerac and Bordeaux for between £12.99 and £16.99. 

This is for travel between this week and February 15, excluding the Christmas holiday period.

There are also French flights available from Edinburgh, East Midlands and Liverpool. 

Tomorrow the offer will change, so customers hoping to book flights should keep checking the website if the flight they want is not available today. 

In total, 2,500 different flights are on sale and it is now possible to pay in two instalments. 

The sale will last until Sunday (November 27).

Ryanair has also announced that it will be launching “even more attractive” destinations in the coming weeks.

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