Deal: Cheap $12 Flights from London to Norway on RyanAir

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Over at EUflyer, they’re reporting some cheap flights from London for Norway for under $12 one-way on RyanAir. Be sure to check out their fees before you hop on these flights, since they are known for charging for everything under the sun.

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You can book these flights directly with RyanAir but note that this airline charges for everything so even though these flights are only $12 be prepared to pay for checked bags and carry-on bags so plan on traveling light.

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Bottom Line

We’ve written before about RyanAir and how they wanted to offer Transatlantic flights for $14, so offering these intra-Europe flights for $12 bucks isn’t too bad either.

Have you ever flown RyanAir, were they as bad as they’re made out to be? Let us know!

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Comments

  1. They charge you for everything, they make Spirit look reasonable. I’m positive you have to pay if you want a life jacket under your seat!

  2. You know what would be a good post…a post on how to avoid Ryan Air’s fees. Similar to the post about how to beat Chipotle by ordering strategy…who is willing to try it out and report back?

  3. So, I went through a dummy booking. With one 20kg checked bag and advance seat selection, a round-trip fare in U.S. dollars came to $111 and change.

  4. Of course, you’ll also incur extra costs because neither the London nor Oslo airports used by this airline are easily accessible from London and Oslo proper.

  5. Since the Pound sterling and Euro are the exact amount for various fees, pay in quids. I wish these oversea businesses would format the calender to the American prospective way.

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