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- Posted:Wednesday, September 16, 2009
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If you get your hustle on between now and midnight on September 17th (that's this Thursday), you could be the lucky owner of one of one million seats to Europe, flying throughout October and November, that cost the princely sum of 1 (89p). Surely an affordable price for almost anyone and it leaves you lots of money left over for beer (and hostels, obviously).
Ryanair has set up two new bases at Brindisi and Bari in Italy, which apparently means it flies from 36 across Europe. The flights from Bari won't start until January 2010 and Brindisi until February but tickets to the area can be purchased as of tomorrow (Thursday). Destinations include Brussels, Cagliari, Genoa, Karlsuhe, Trapani, Valencia and Treviso so backpackers with a taste for the continent will find it much easier to gad about on their cheap travel holidays.
This isn't the first time Ryanair has handed out reduced-fare flights. Earlier in the year, the company offered 20,000 seats up-for-grabs to the Canary Islands to mark the extension of routes to the area - including Gran Canaria, Lanzarote and Tenerife - which will be available from October.