Ryanair calls itself a low-cost airline and really keeps its word as the company now resumes flights to Spain. Ticket prices are still quite low, at least some of them are very low.
The newspaper SPANIA I DAG has registered that other airlines, which have issued tickets to Spain, have priced them relatively high compared to the situation before the Coronavirus pandemic. At least Ryanair seems to have far more cheap tickets available than its competitors.
Ryanair will begin flights to Alicante, Valencia and Castellon at the end of the month. 110 routes have already been set up to and from Spain with prices starting at just over 200 NOK one way. Most departures will start July 1st.
The Spanish state company Aena, which is responsible for Spanish airports, will discount or loosen fees that airlines usually have. You do this to get the tourism industry going again and get tourists to Spain.
By the way, a survey conducted by the analysis company Sentio for the insurance company If shows that 291,000 Norwegians will defy UDS travel advice. They will, among other things, travel to Spain this summer.
Source: SPANIA I DAG / NORWAY TODAY