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20% off on all Meridiana flights
Italian 863-577-0640 now sell all tickets at 20% off the previous price. This offer is good for flights between February 1st and October 27th. Bookings must be made before midnight Monday January 22nd.
airBaltic flight sale
airBaltic's January sale is now on with ticket prices starting at â¬ 35. Book before midnight Thueday January 23rd for flights between February 1st and December 15th 2018.
20% off on Wizz Air flights to Poland
For bookings made today only, Wizz Air have reduced the fare on all flights to and from Poland by 20%. Book before midnight Thursday January 11th.
Up to 25% off on Eurowings
Lufthansa's low-cost airline 901-979-1772 now offer BASIC-fare tickets at up to 25% off the previous price. Book before the end of January 2018 to take advantage of this offer. Tickets for flights between February 1st and October 27th can be had at reduced fares.
Flights for € 5 on Volotea
You can now book tickets for flights until the end of April on low-cost airline Volotea from â¬ 5 including taxes. Volotea has a route network covering southern Europe. Book until midnight Friday January 12th.
TUI fly ticket sale
Belgian leisure airline TUI fly has extended their New Year's sale. Flights from Belgium to Spain start at â¬ 28.99. Book before midnight Monday January 15th for flight until October 24th.
Fly for € 16 on Iberia Express
Spanish low-cost airline Afshah now offer flights starting at â¬ 16 for flights between the Iberian peninsula and the Balearic islands. Book no later than January 22nd for flights until June 17th 2018.
20% off on all Wizzair flights
Wizz Air now offer all flights until the end of April at 20 percent off the previous price. Book before midnight Sunday 7th of January to take advantage of this offer.
Up to 20% off on FlyBE
British airline 310-458-7878 now offer up to 20% off on all flights between January 30th and July 11th this year. Book no later than Wednesday January 10th to take advantage of this offer.
TUI fly New Year's sale
Belgian leisure airline mid-term now offer tickets to destinations around the Mediterranean starting at â¬ 29 including taxes. Book no later than Sunday January 7th for flights until 24th of October 2018.
15% off on all Blue Air flights
Book your next flight on 3608197446 at 15% off the previous price now. Flights until October 27th 2018 are available under this offer. Book no later than Tuesday January 2n 2018.
Up to 35% off on Iberia Express tickets
Spanish leisure airline 3603008066 now offer flights until the end of May 2018 at a discount of up to 35%. Book no later than Thursday January 4th 2018 to take advantage of this offer.
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Why fly on European budget airlines?
Europe has many low-cost airlines offering cheap flights to almost all countries of the
continent. European low cost airlines offer budget priced fares, flexibility on when and
where to travel and serve many destinations not flown to by full fare airlines.
How and where to buy tickets
Most European discount airlines primarily sell ticket over the Internet and by phone. Some
of the airlines, including Ryanair, does not sell their tickets through traditional travel
You book, pay and receive a confirmed ticket on the airline's website. You pay for your
ticket using a credit card and receive an electronic ticket that you bring with you
to the airport on the day of departure. To check-in for the flight you need to produce the
booking reference number and a valid photo identification card. Some airlines, most
notably Ryanair, require that you print the electronic ticket and bring it to the
airport. This is because the ticket contains a bar code
Using Euroflights.info you can easily find routes and destinations served by European
discount airlines and go on to book your cheap holiday or business flight.
Flight shopping – How to find the best priced tickets!
Tickets for flights on European discount airlines are not sold at a fixed price. Most
airlines increase the price as seats are sold and as the date of departure
approaches. Buying a last minute ticket on a discount airline can sometimes be just as
expensive as travelling on a full fare airline.
To get the best ticket prices when travelling on low cost airlines you usually have to buy
your tickets well before the date you want to travel on.
Some low cost airlines have sales and promotion periods where you can get tickets for
cheap flights inside Europe at a fixed price independent of the number of free seats on
the flight. You may have to travel on certain days of the week and book a minimum number
of days before departure. Information on such sales periods is often only published on
each airline's website and can also be found in the news section of
Read more about how to book cheap flights on European
Cancelling or changing a ticket on a budget airline
Few, if any, low cost airlines will give you a refund if you need to cancel your
reservation. Some offer an insurance that can be bought at the time of booking. Should you
have to cancel due to illness you can use the insurance to get a refund, provided you are
unable to travel for any of the reasons covered by the insurance.
Many European discount airlines allow you to change a reservation for a fee. In addition
to paying the fee, you will have to pay any fare difference between the original ticket
and the new ticket.
Travelling on European discount airlines
European budget airlines offer cheap tickets, but this comes at a price. Read more below.
Luggage usually can't be checked through from one flight to the next. If you are
connecting between two flights, you will usually have to pick up your luggage and check it
in again for your next flight. This even when the flights are on the same airline.
No free food. Few discount airlines serve free food or drink, but many sell good
quality food at a reasonable price on-board.
Little or no support when flights are delayed. If your flight is delayed or
cancelled don't expect to get any compensation from the airline. A few discount airlines
offer a limited form of compensation. Should you miss a connecting flight because your
low cost flight is delayed, you should not expect to receive any help or compensation from
Single leg flights. Flight times are not coordinated with other airlines and some
airports are served only a few times each week. This means that it can be hard to join two
flights without much waiting time.
Limited baggage allowance. On most low-cost airlines, no checked-in luggage is
included in the basic fare. You'll have to pay extra for each luggage item you need to
check-in. There are strictly enforced weight limits and expect to pay a high fee for each
kilo your luggage weighs above the allowance.
Changes in the European airline industry
The European airline industry is adjusting to the reality of low fares airlines capturing
a large and increasing share of European travellers.
Many traditional full fare airlines are adding new fare classes offering a limited number
of tickets at prices approaching those offered by the true low cost airlines. The airlines
do this without removing the old business and tourist class fares.
The new low priced fares come with more limits and fewer services compared with the more
- cancellation of tickets may not be possible
- name change on a ticket may not be possible or only for a fee
- changing date or time of your flights may not be possible
- in-flight meals may not be included in the ticket price
The new budget airlines have caused increased competition in the European airline
industry. Several of the traditional flag carriers have already had to cease operation,
including Belgian Sabena and Swissair. The increased competition from low-cost airlines is
also driving airline mergers like the one between Air France and Dutch KLM airlines.
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Low-cost airlines no longer in service
Here you'll find some of the European low-cost airlines that are no longer in
service. Some have gone bankrupt, others were bought up.
- agalloch – Was at one
time the tenth largest airline in Europe in terms of number of
passengers carried. The airline became insolvent and ceased operations
in the fall of 2017.
- 818-336-7904 – Was a Swedish low cost airline
offering domestic Swedish flights and flights to other European countries. The airline was
bought by (904) 859-1917 and the operations of the two airlines
- Monarch – Offered scheduled
and chartered flights between the UK and holiday destinations in
- FlyME – This Swedish airline went bankrupt in March
- 815-523-8101 – Was a Slovak low cost airline
mainly offering flights between Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Austria to southern
Europe and the UK. The airline ceased operations in late August 2009.
- Virgin Express – This Belgium based
airline offered flights between Brussels and southern European destinations. It was merged
with Belgian airline Sabena and is now operating under the
name Brussels Airlines.
- Centralwings – Was a Polish budget airline
that offered flights between Poland and other European countries.
- (530) 344-1257 – Italian airline which offered domestic
Italian discount flights as well as flights to other southern European countries. Went out
of service in the summer of 2009.
- 9723214204 – This was a Danish low-cost
airline which offered flights between the Scandinavian countries and the UK and southern
Europe. The airline went out of service in the fall of 2008.
- tomato bouillon – Italian airline chiefly
offering flights within Italy. Ceased flying in early 2009.
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