A question I often get from friends and readers are about low-cost airlines.
How can they be so cheap comparing to regular airlines and how do they make their money?

I hope this infographic can answer most of the questions you have

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The low-cost carrier RyanAir is currently having several ticket available from the leg Stockholm-Skavsta to their hub in Warsaw, Poland.  Several dates are available in December for 2 Sek or 0.25 Euro one-way meaning that a return ticket can be bought for as low as 4 Sek or 0.5 Euro.

For example are tickets for departure available 1st to 8th of December
Depart on Saturday 1st December and return on Tuesday 4th December.
The amount of tickets are of course limited so you should book quickly.

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RyanAir the famous low-cost carrier in Europe is once again launching the route Leipzig to Faro in Portugal. Currently the first flight is taking off from Leipzig and from Faro on the 02nd April.

The tickets can at the moment be booked for 72 Euro for a round trip with the first cheap flight from Faro on the 2nd April and from Leipzig on the 9th April. Cheap flights are available for the month of April and flights departs twice a week on Tuesdays and Fridays.

If you wanna fly from RyanAirs new hub in Nurnberg (Nuremberg) you can reach Faro from 82 Euro return.

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The low-cost carrier RyanAir is currently selling tickets from its Poland base in Warsaw to Budapest, the capital of Hungary for the amazingly low price of 0.25 Euro.

Tickets are available for the dates  1, 4, 7, 14, 16, 17 and 18 December and 6, 8, 12, 14, 21, 22, 25 of January 2013.

At the same time the cities Brussel, Eindhoven, Bergamo, Oslo, Paris and Stockholm are also available for 0.25 Euro one-way however the amount and availability is not known.

Booking needs to be done before Wednesday 15th November

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Once again the low-cost carrier RyanAir is offering very cheap tickets departing from the hubs in Poland.

From the Warsaw Modlin airport you can reach the major cities Brussels, Budapest, Oslo, Paris and Stockholm for 1 Polish zloty which translates into 0.25 Euro.  For the price of 2 Euro you will reach the airports of London, Liverpool and Eindhoven.
From the Poznan hub Oslo is reachable for 0.25 Euro.

Booking has to be done before 8th November and departure dates are between 20th November and 31st January.

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The well-known low-cost carrier RyanAir is currently offering cheap flight tickets from their hub in Budapest. You can reach Gothenburg, The second largest city in Sweden situated on the west coast, for the very low price of 0.5 Euro for a return ticket.

This is only available for flights departing in December and the price is valid when paying with Mastercard Prepaid. Otherwise the price is 2.5 Euro one-way which is still cheap.

Other flights available for 2.5 Euro one-way are Brussels, Eindhoven, Frankfurt Hahn, Milano, Rome, Stockholm and Warsaw.

For more information and booking please visit