Ryanair, Europe’s largest low fares airline, today (3 March) released 1 million seats starting from £3 to some of Europe’s most exciting ski destinations from the UK.
Ski lovers all over the UK can take advantage of the £3 seats up for grabs. Fly from Birmingham and London (Stansted) to Cuneo (the Italian Alps) or from Bristol and Liverpool to Grenoble Lyon. Passengers in Bournemouth, Bristol, East Midlands, Edinburgh and Glasgow (Prestwick) can take advantage of £3 seats to Turin.
Ryanair flights to Cuneo in the Italian Alps serves the ski resorts of Artesina, Limone Piemonte and Prato Nevoso while Turin is within easy access of the slopes in Cervinia, Courmayeur and Sestriere. Grenoble serves the top resorts including Les 2 Alpes, Méribel and Val Thorens.
Ryanair’s Maria Macken said:“Skiers have spent decades being held to ransom by high fares airlines and high cost ski companies who keep the cost of getting the slopes unreasonably high.
“Ryanair’s guaranteed lowest fares and no fuel surcharges have ensured that millions of ski lovers can escape the confines of the credit crunch and escape on one of Ryanair’s 101 ski routes.
“Ryanair’s “March Madness” sale will begin today, Tuesday 3 March, with fares beginning at £3 increasing by £1 every day until Monday 9March where fares will peak at £9.
“Ryanair has put together the best-ever ski programme for 2009 and this amazing offer is available to book immediately for travel until 18April. Demand on these ski routes will be huge and our advice to passengers is to book your Ryanair flights today on www.ryanair.com/ski and make sure you don’t miss out.”