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The budget airline's May Madness seat sale is offering up to 20 per cent off more than 500,000 seats between June and September.
Flights are going on the website from as little as £5.99 to Aalborg in Denmark and £6.99 to Frankfurt.
If you fancy a holiday in France then you can fly to Biarritz, Brive, Clermont, Marseille and Grenoble from £9.99 one way.
Other destinations for under a tenner include Oslo, Milan Malpensa, Madrid and Turin. Click here for more info.
Ryanair's Chief Exec Michael O'Leary said on Monday he was not expecting strikes or disruptions over its discussions to recognise trade unions but could not rule them out and would face any action down.
The airline averted the threat of widespread Christmas strikes by unilaterally recognising unions in December for the first time in its 32-year history, but it has struggled to formalise relations in some countries.
He said in a video presentation: "We're not expecting them, but it's important for investors that we don't rule them out.
If there are (strikes), we will take them as we have in Germany and Portugal. Being unionised means we will have occasional strikes."
He added that he expected to finalise pilot recognition agreements in Spain and Germany in the next few months and that Ryanair was also on track to sign its first cabin crew recognition agreements in a month or two.
Sun Online Travel previously revealed that Ryanair is adding alcohol-free booze to its flights – although it doesn't look like a ban will be enforced just yet.
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