British Holidaymakers to Spain’s Costa del Sol and Costa Blanca Rush to Book Ryanair flights as Carrier Announces Summer Schedules

British Holidaymakers to Spain’s Costa del Sol and Costa Blanca were elated at the news today that Ryanair has confirmed plans to serve summer holiday destinations across southern Europe by resuming 40 per cent of its normal schedule from July.

The Irish budget carrier welcomed moves by Spain to lift travel and visitor restrictions from July 1, mirroring earlier plans announced by Italy, Cyprus, Greece, and Portugal to reopen their hotels and beaches for the summer peak.

Ryanair has said it will offer daily flights from countries across northern Europe including Ireland, the UK, Belgium, Holland, and Germany to key holiday airports in Portugal, Spain, Italy, Greece, and Cyprus.

Special Summer Offers

A seat sale with fares starting at €29.99 one-way for travel in July and August is being offered until midnight on Thursday. Ryanair chief executive Eddie Wilson said: “After four months of lockdown, we welcome these moves by governments in Spain, Greece, Portugal, Italy, and Cyprus to open their borders, remove travel restrictions and scrap ineffective quarantines.

“Irish and British families, who have been subject to lockdown for the last 10 weeks, can now look forward to booking their much-needed family holiday to Spain, Portugal, Italy, Greece, and other Mediterranean destinations, for July and August before the schools return in September.

Tourism chiefs in Spain welcomed the news as a much-needed boost to the countries travel and tourism industry.

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    • Keith Hollingworth

      26 May 2020 • 17:13

      Ryanair should not be allowed to start flying again till it has reimbursed all the money for cancelled flights as eu law states you should have your refund within seven days they cancelled my flight in March still no money also no insurance companies will cover you for COVID-19 so so if any passengers get covid 19 problems they will not get any help

      • Chrystine Macphail

        29 May 2020 • 16:51

        I read that someone had their flight cancelled this Monday gone for a booking on 31st July back to the UK to Birmingham what does that tell you about flights resuming again, I have a flight booked 23rd July just had an email giving me the option to cancel or rebook so that one will not get to the UK.

    • Elaine butler

      27 May 2020 • 05:56

      Budget absolute joke awaiting a refund from march and pushed with a voucher which is no good to anybody consider job loss with pandemic.Several calls later which has probley cost more than flights no answers.Friends booked through jet 2 compensated in 7days.Betwween fourlough and job loss I will never book through ryanair or loveholidays again £630.00 may not be alot to a company but to me It is sorley disappointed.

    • Barney Jones

      27 May 2020 • 07:08

      And can you get back into the UK afterwards without 14 day quarantine?

    • Willie pullar

      27 May 2020 • 22:29

      Utter b******s…a work at airport(FURLOUGHED)At moment and for foreseeable future..later than 01 july

    • Margaret Kirkman

      28 May 2020 • 18:37

      What’s with all these flights in July? My friend had a booked flight from last January for mid July which was cancelled about 2 weeks ago…no reason given. Yet now they are selling even cheaper flughts for the same dates and destinations…..can anyone explain that please


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