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RYANAIR has launched a new discount on flights – but you have to be quick.

You could be flying to Europe for just £9, but the deal ends tonight.

The budget airline has 15 per cent off their flights until midnight.

When booking your Ryanair flight, remember to add FS15OFFP to get 15 per cent off.

We've found some of the cheapest deals which include:

  • London Stansted to Aalborg, Denmark – £12.18
  • London Stansted to Gdansk, Poland – £12.18
  • London Luton to Lublin, Poland – £12.99
  • Leeds to Poznan, Poland – £12.99
  • Liverpool to Brussels, Belgium – £12.99

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When you add the code, this takes them down to as little as £10.35.

There are even cheaper flights if you want to head to Ireland, with them starting for around £10 – or £8.50 with the discount.

For example, flights from East Midlands to Cork are £10.48 (£8.90 with the discount) or Newcastle to Shannon are £10.44 (£8.80).

But there are loads of flights to Spain, Italy and France for less than £20 each way as well.

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While you have to book by tonight to take advantage of the discount, you can book travel up until the end of October.

Pre-Covid, Ryanair flights could be found for as little as £5 to hotspots such as Greece and Italy, and even had "buy one flight get one free" sales.

And while there were some fares for as little as £4.99 when travel restarted after the pandemic, Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary has warned that the cheap flights "won't come back for a long time".

Over the next three years, the average cost of a Ryanair flight will rise from €40 (£35.20) to €50 (£44.00).

He said fares will remain high not just because of rising oil prices but due to "robust demand" for flights for both Easter and summer 2023.

O'Leary also claimed that a widening gap on airfares makes rivals easyJet and Wizz takeover targets for bigger companies, meaning there could be fewer budget airlines to choose from.

This was backed by TUI as well, who said that "demand for holiday flights exceeds supply" so prices will remain high.

Make sure to pack light when flying with Ryanair if you want to keep your flights cheap.

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