Ryanair is an Irish budget airline which has become increasingly more common in the UK and I have flown with them many times as my family own a place in the south of Spain so was an easy and cheap way to go away. I have flown with them twice recently taking me to Edinburgh and Bratislava. The thing to remember with airlines is you pay for what you get, both this flights (including return) were less than £100 which was a BARGIN! And could not complain. You pay for what you get, the flights are cheap the flights do feel each and slightly plastic (if you have flown Ryanair you know what I mean). But this is common for a budget airline. Overall I do not slate budget airlines, as they make so many places accessible for those who cannot afford more expensive holidays (or backpackers). This does not mean that I would sit on a budget Airline for a long haul flight, and I wouldn't but I also plan this bigger trips with a much bigger budget in mind. But for a short haul flight I would most certainly (and may be travelling with soon) Ryanair and other budget airlines. Value for money, I cannot fault Ryanair but I do understand that not everyone is interested in sitting uncomfortably for the duration of their flight, but I do not mind which is why I am pro budget airlines! Would rather fly cheap and then go on more trips!
Until the next month, Ashleigh xx Here is the discount code, to give you £15 off your first trip over £55. www.airbnb.co.uk/c/ashleighh1808