Brits looking to bag a bargain holiday for 2023 can find some killer flight deals with Ryanair this week.
The airline has launched its summer flights sale so you can jet off from as little as £13.99.
All of the flights on offer in the deal are for dates between April 1 and June 30.
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So, you’re sure to catch some summer sun wherever you go.
Some of the cracking deals include flights from Glasgow, the East Midlands, Bournemouth, Liverpool and Manchester to Dublin for £14.99.
You can snap up flights from London Stansted to either Gdansk in Poland or Milan Malpensa in Italy for £13.99.
Holidaymakers heading to Venice can fly there for £21.64 from Bristol or Bournemouth for £22.99.
There are also flights to Cologne in Germany from Manchester for £14.99 as well as Billund, Denmark, Paris, France and Shannon, Ireland for £16.99.
Londoners can jet off to Nice in France for £19.99, Pisa in Italy for £18.79 and Madrid for £20.99.
All of the flights on offer come in at less than £50 so there are some real bargains to be found.
Thrillingly, Spain is one of the cheaper destinations with flights from London Luton, Leeds Bradford, Manchester, Stansted, Bristol and more.
Airports in Spain that are included in the deal include Alicante, Palma de Mallorca, Malaga, Menorca, Barcelona, Ibiza, Valencia, Madrid and Santander.
Those wanting to go to Italy can snap up deals to Milan, Venice, Bologna, Pisa, Genoa, Rome, Trapani-Marsala and Brindisi.
Flights to Faro, Lisbon and Porto in Portugal are also available.
As are trips to Greece, Slovakia, Norway, Germany, Czech Republic, Sweden, Finland, Lithuania and Morocco.
You can book the cheap trips on the ryanair.com website.
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