Ryanair’s London Stansted ski-route sale ends today

PUBLISHED: 12:47 23 December 2009 | UPDATED: 07:29 30 May 2010

NO frills airline Ryanair has launched its ski routes from London Stansted to Lourdes, Grenoble and Cuneo which will operate twice weekly. Ryanair operates over 100 routes from London Stansted including Bratislava, Barcelona Girona, Memmingen, Rodez, Frie

NO frills airline Ryanair has launched its ski routes from London Stansted to Lourdes, Grenoble and Cuneo which will operate twice weekly.

Ryanair operates over 100 routes from London Stansted including Bratislava, Barcelona Girona, Memmingen, Rodez, Friedrichshafen, Stockholm Vasteras and Haugesund.

Ryanair celebrated its new ski routes by releasing one million £10 seats on over 500 routes across its European network in January.

These £10 seats are available for booking on www.ryanair.com until midnight Thursday (24 December).

Ryanair's Laura McCormack said: "Ryanair is delighted to kick off the ski season with direct flights from London Stansted to Lourdes, Grenoble and Cuneo starting from only £10 one way inclusive of taxes.

"Why not fly to Lourdes and visit the resorts of Luz Ardiden or Peyragudes or fly to Grenoble and go on the piste in Val Thorens or Alpe D'Huez.

"If the Italian Alps are more your thing, then fly to Cuneo and hit the slopes in Limone Piemonte or try night skiing in Prato Nevoso.

"Skiers, snow boarders and snow lovers will be spoilt for choice! Consumers and visitors can beat the recession by choosing Ryanair's lowest fares and our no fuel surcharge guarantee.

"Before you wrestle through the crowded shops, log onto Ryanair.com to take advantage of our lowest fares and our great gift ideas including Ryanair Christmas gift vouchers and the 2010 Cabin Crew Charity Calendar.


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