Ryanair’s ‘Bargain Thursday’ offer: 100,000 seats across Europe; London to Malmo for £14.99

Ryanair, an Ireland-based low fares airline, has said that passengers can fly from London Stansted to Malmo from £14.99 in November, December and January as part of its weekly ‘Bargain Thursday’ promotion.

As part of the promotion, Ryanair is releasing 100,000 seats across its European network at prices starting from £14.99 for travel on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays in November, December and January. The ‘all in’ low fares will be available on over 1,000 of Ryanair’s European routes, and available for booking online at www.ryanair.com from midnight – 24:00hrs – of Thursday, October 17, up to midnight – 24:00hrs – on Monday, October 21.

Ryanair’s £14.99 sale fare includes all non-optional taxes, charges and fees. Passengers who only travel with carry-on luggage, and decline the airline’s priority boarding service can book, check-in online and fly for the offered £14.99 fare on the ‘Bargain Thursday’ flights.

Ryanair’s Robin Kiely said: ‘Only Ryanair sells Europe’s lowest fares with no fuel surcharges guaranteed, across over 1,600 routes, connecting 180 destinations, while delivering Europe’s No 1 customer service, with the most on-time flights, fewest cancellations and least mishandled bags.

From midnight tonight (17 Oct), passengers can book 100,000 ‘Bargain Thursday’ seats on over 1,000 European routes, including London Stansted to Malmo, at prices starting from £14.99, for travel in November, December and January. These seats are only available until midnight (24:00hrs) Monday (21 Oct) and at these mad prices are sure to be snapped up fast, so we urge passengers to book them on www.ryanair.com before they sell out.’

The budget airline, which was recently voted worst airline for customer service, is currently asking consumers to contact chief executive Michael O’Leary directly with feedback, using a form on the Ryanair website.

O’Leary says on the airline’s website: ‘Please send me your suggestions as to how Ryanair can further improve our industry-leading customer service. All suggestions will be gratefully acknowledged by me. I’m looking forward to hearing from you.’

Ryanair was voted worst airline for customer service by Which? magazine last month, and O’Leary was criticised by shareholders. ‘Passengers appear to agree with Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary’s open admission that price is a priority over customer service,’ said the Which? report, which gave poor two-star ratings to the airline for every element of its customer service.