Palma, Vienna, Paris, Pisa, Brussels: Return flights for less than £30 next month

todayJune 14, 2022

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Ongoing issues at airports across the UK coupled with the fact that airlines have been cancelling hundreds of flights in recent months, might leave Brits feeling uncertain when it’s comes to booking their summer holidays. It is approaching the middle of June so those looking to book a much-needed break should be thinking about doing so sooner rather than later.

While anxieties about travel and losing money might be high due to the ongoing uncertainty, it might make more sense to look for bargain flight options so that if it does not go ahead for whatever reason – you’ve not got too much cash on the line. Tom Church, co-founder of LatestDeals.co.uk, has found some flight options from airports across the UK to various popular destinations for £30 or under.

He said: ‘With so much travel uncertainty for those of us wanting to jet off on a getaway in the next few months, it makes sense to find some bargain options – so that, in the event that your travel does get cancelled, you’ve not got too much cash on the line.

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‘It’s proving pretty difficult to book flights in August right now which are budget-friendly, but the good news is that there are loads of flights available which are £30 or less in July, with plenty clocking in at just £20 for a round trip – that’s £10 each way!

‘If you can get some time off work or book the kids in for a holiday abroad as the summer holidays begin, here are some of my top choices – and these flights will leave you enough money spare to have a great time on your trip.’

1) Manchester to Brussels

  • £26
  • Ryanair
  • 1-7 July

Brussels is full of fantastic architecture, relaxing cafes to while away an afternoon and, of course, delicious Belgian chocolates. Be sure to try a refreshing glass of Gulden Draak and visit the Grand Palace.

2) London to Krakow

  • Ryanair £29
  • OR
  • Wizz Air £31
  • 4-12 July

Why not plan a summer getaway to Poland this July? You could learn about the war-torn past of the beautiful city of Krakow, visit the old Jewish district and marvel at the beauty of the Gothic St Mary’s Church, Wawel Cathedral and the medieval centre to name but a few.

You can fly from Stansted for £29 with Ryanair, or £31 with Wizz Air, in the first week of July and enjoy an 8 day getaway without breaking the bank.

3) Birmingham to Palma

  • £30
  • Ryanair
  • 4-12 July

The Majorcan city of Palma is the perfect place to visit with friends and family this summer. There are beaches galore to explore along Playa de Palma.

Wizz Air plane
Wizz Air plane

4) London to Vienna

  • £20
  • Ryanair
  • 10-19 July

Why not visit Vienna for a relaxing city break? There’s glorious architecture and stunning art galore for you to explore and budget-friendly bars and cafes to relax in. You’ll find it hard to turn down this bargain-friendly offer of just £10 per trip for a 9 day holiday.

5) Leeds to Paris

  • £29
  • Ryanair
  • 16-23 July

A visit to Paris is always a good idea – especially if it costs just £14.50 each way. If you visit the city of love be sure to take a trip tot he Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe and countless other classic tourist spots.

6) London to Cologne

  • £30
  • Ryanair
  • 7-13 July

Located on the picturesque River Rhine, you can find activities suitable for everyone in Cologne – from couples to kids. There are museums and galleries galore, plus beautiful botanic gardens, a zoo and an aquarium.

If you’re flying from Stansted, it will only take an hour and ten minutes to arrive in this Germanic city – less time than an average film.

7) London to Milan

  • £20
  • Ryanair
  • 11-19 July

A break in this northern Italian city will allow you to view a stunning network of canals and sample apertivo as the sun sets – as well as browse designer shops including Armani, Versace, Gucci and Prada.

There are plenty of cheap options available for Milan – you can go with Ryanair, Wizz Air or EasyJet.

8) Bristol to Milan

  • £33
  • Ryanair
  • 14-21 July

It’s not only Londoners who can bag themselves a bargain trip to Milan, as several cities are offering cheap flights this July. Bristol is one of them, and it’s only £13 more, so it’s well worth considering.

9) London to Pisa

  • £30
  • Ryanair
  • 4-12 July

Take a trip to Pisa and see the Leaning Tower and enjoy classic Italian dining in the Tuscany region. You have a few flights to choose from with Ryanair, and they’re in the evening and it takes around four hours to get there.

Tom added: ‘Don’t forget, all is not lost if your flight is delayed or cancelled. If you’re waiting for 2 or 3 hours, you could be entitled to food and drink, plus free internet access. You’ll need to speak with a member of staff to see what you’re entitled to if you’re not contacted directly once the time comes.

‘Plus, if your flight is cancelled, you’ll be entitled to either a full refund or a replacement flight so you can still get to your destination. What’s more, if you would be delayed by two or more hours by a replacement flight, and you had less than two weeks’ notice, you will also be entitled to compensation.’

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