Ryanair has released its first “obtain a single, get a single no cost” sale in a bid to increase flagging passenger figures.
Consumers who reserve a flight right before midnight on Thursday for travel up to December 14 on one,600 routes will get a next ticket at no extra charge.
The move follows the airline’s final decision to further minimize operations thanks to coronavirus travel limitations.
Its capacity in October will be 40pc of 2019 degrees, when compared with the 50pc it beforehand announced.
Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary mentioned need for potential bookings was terrible.
“Into November and December our ahead bookings are managing at all-around 10pc – that’s about a quarter of in which they would usually be at this time of the 12 months,” he instructed Sky News.
“We can’t rule out job losses but in Ryanair we’re absolutely desperately operating with our folks to reduce them.”