"While travelling around..." Europe Transportation Tip by Duduroutard

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While travelling around Europe, I fly with low fares airlines such as Ryanair. You can fly as well with Go-fly (www.go-fly.com), Buzz (www.buzzaway.com) or Easyjet (www.easyjet.com). For Ryanair, Go-fly and Buzz you need to reach the London Stansted airport (60km to the North-East of London) and for Easyjet the London Luton airport. In both cases there is a coach or train (more expensive) connection between Central London and theses airports.
Ryanair is the second largest airline in the UK, and by far and away Europe's largest low fares airline, with a total network of over 45 routes across 11 countries. The cheapest fares are available for people travelling during off peak periods. Generally, the weekend fares are higher than the midweek fares. The cheapest fares require an advance purchase of at least 14 days, or in some cases 28 days. The cheapest fares are also discounted automatically for Internet sales, ensuring that you get a cheaper fare over the Internet (www.ryanair.com) than you get from the call centre.

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Type: Airplane

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  • Updated Sep 8, 2002
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