RYANAIR has launched its summer 2023 schedule, with thousands of destinations now on sale.
Tickets won’t break the bank either, starting from just £20.99 next May.
Ryanair confirmed that more than 2,500 routes are on sale with “even more exciting routes” to be announced throughout the coming weeks.
Passengers can spread out the cost of their holiday by paying half the price now and the other half up to 40 days pre-departure when booking with Ryanair’s Family Plus package.
Ryanair’s Dara Brady said: “With Easter and Summer ’23 fast approaching, early bird customers looking to bag themselves a recession busting bargain can now book our Summer ’23 schedule on Ryanair.com.
“With an unbeatable selection of almost 2,500 routes to top European holiday destinations, make sure to book early to avail of the lowest fares and have some summer sunshine to look forward to with friends, family or that special someone when the dreary winter months are over.”
If you can’t wait until next year, Ryanair also has routes to Lapland for families looking for a winter getaway this year.
The airline launched a flight connecting the home of Santa Claus with Stansted Airport.
The Finnish region is known for its ski resorts and the Northern Lights and is ideal for a Christmas holiday break.
Brits have been able to fly there with Ryanair since October 30, when the winter trips began.
They are available until the end of March, with flights making the trip on Monday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday of every week.
A family of four can get flights from £38.98 per person, or £141.92 altogether.
A four-night stay for two adults and two children is available in the region’s capital Rovaniemi from £173.
When there, visitors can go to Santa Claus Holiday Village, known as the “official” home of Santa Claus.
Kids can meet Santa every day at the holiday village and can have their photos taken with him and the elves.
Families can also meet Santa at Levi – a ski resort in Kittilä that’s popular with snowboarders as well as skiers.
It’s Finland’s biggest ski resort and also has its very own dedicated Santa Claus experience, called Santa Claus Levi.
Families can book an hour at Santa Claus Levi, where they will visit Santa’s home, which includes an an elf school, workshop and houses, as well as Christmas drinks and biscuits.
The whole family will get to meet Father Christmas and kids will also get a present.
Meanwhile, there are all-inclusive beach holidays available for 2023 from £71 per person.
EasyJet has also announced summer deals for next year as well.
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