Prices shown are for one-way flights that our customers have recently found and started to book, so should be a good indication of popular routes and flight times. They are for reference only but we hope they help you find flights that offer exceptional value.
Who are they?
Ryanair are one of our most popular airlines. Based in Dublin and founded in 1985, it is Europe's largest low-cost carrier and one of the world's largest airlines. In 2007 Ryanair launched the world's first free seat giveaway, offering 1 million passengers the chance to get free flights. Also in May of that year, Ryanair launched its price guarantee that no other airline can match their fares.
Ryanair Flights - Where do they go?
Ryanair operates 1,600 routes across 29 countries from 57 bases. Ryanair’s Dublin to London Stansted route is its largest route in terms of passenger volume. Ryanair flights are offered on short-haul routes to secondary and regional airports in and around major cities and holiday destinations. Ryanair favours secondary airports as a pose to major airports as they are generally less congested and, as a result, can provide higher rates of ontime departures, faster turnaround times, fewer terminal delays and more competitive airport access and handling costs.