Ryanair’s ‘Bargain Thursday’ offers London-Bremen from GBP16.99

Ryanair, the Irish low fares airline, has announced that from midnight on Thursday, January 9, passengers have been able too book cheap flights from £16.99, for travel from London Stansted to Bremen in February and March, as part of its weekly ‘Bargain Thursday’ promotion.

As part of its low-fares campaign, the budget airline is releasing 100,000 seats across its European network at prices starting from £16.99 for travel on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday in February and March. The ‘all in’ cheap flights will be available on over 1,000 of Ryanair’s European routes, available for booking on the Ryanair.com website before midnight (24:00hrs) of Monday, January 13.

Ryanair’s Robin Kiely said: ‘Only Ryanair sells Europe’s lowest fares with no fuel surcharges guaranteed, across over 1,600 routes, connecting 185 destinations, while delivering Europe’s No 1 customer service, with the most on-time flights, fewest cancellations and least mishandled bags.

From midnight tonight (9 Jan), passengers can book 100,000 ‘Bargain Thursday’ seats on over 1,000 European routes, including cheap flights from London Stansted to Bremen, at prices starting from £16.99, for travel in February and March. These seats are only available until midnight (24:00hrs) Monday (13 Jan) and at these mad prices are sure to be snapped up fast, so we urge passengers to book these cheap flights on the Ryanair.com website before they sell out.’

Ryanair’s GBP16.99 sale fare includes all non-optional taxes, charges and fees. Passengers who only travel with carry-on luggage and decline the priority boarding service can book, check-in online and fly for the advertised £16.99 fare on these ‘Bargain Thursday’ flights.

The Irish airline, which was in the news last year for poor customer service and treatment, said last week that its customer improvement initiatives, including its low fares offer, have proved effective as the airline carried a new record of over 5m customers in December, a 4 percent increase over December 2012.