The Black Friday is an opportunity that many expect to make spree. The discounts, however, are not limited to technological products or clothing: even those who want to book a trip (at affordable prices) should not lose sight of the “Black Friday”. Ryanair , for example, announced a Black Friday for 2018 that was even cheaper than the previous year.
The offers for cheap flights to the most diverse destinations start at midnight on Thursday 22 November and last for 24 hours: it is therefore important to stay connected, with computers in hand. In the event that a discount has escaped, however, do not worry: the low cost airline has foreseen a reduction for the flights also during the Cyber Monday, which this year falls on 26 November.
In 2017 Ryanair had proposed discounts of 20 per cent or prices starting from 19.99 euros. “If you want to book similar offers for the next Black Friday – read on the official website of the airline – add this page to bookmarks and return November 23, 2018”.
The low cost airline company has included 53 new routes from Italy for the summer of 2019. They thus become 450 in all the routes departing from Italian airports operated by the Irish low-cost carrier. According to the forecasts of David O’Brien, commercial director of the company, there will be 40 million total passengers served, on 29 Italian airports. The full of news concerns some cities like Naples with 9 new destinations: Malaga, Bordeaux, Exeter, Marseille, Marrakech, Nantes, Cork, Chania and Rhodes. And again, Cagliari, Treviso, Bergamo, Bologna, Bari, Catania, Palermo, Milan, Rome, Brindisi, Lamezia Terme, Turin and Venice.
It is not excluded that other low cost airlines such as Vueling or Easy Jet can give aspiring passengers the opportunity to buy discounted flights. What is certain is that, as happened in 2017, even this year the portals such as Expedia, VolaGratis or eDreams will put together offers for users at competitive prices.