Travel on Europe's many low cost airlines connecting hundreds of European cities. Euroflights.info makes it easy to find cheap airlines and flights for your weekend breaks, holidays and business travels. Find budget priced flights on all the European discount airlines, from Easyjet to Wizz Air!
Find Flights on European Low Cost Airlines
Here is how: Below is a list of countries and cities served by European low cost airlines. For each city we list flights to and from that destination as well as the airlines operating each route.
When you find an airline that offers a flight you are interested in, click the name of the airline and go to the airline's web site to check flight schedules, prices and availability. Then book your cheap flight.
Where do you want to fly?
- Albania –
- Croatia –
- Cyprus –
- France –
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- Italy –
- Macedonia –
- Malta –
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- Portugal –
- Spain –
- A Coruña,
- Arrecife, Lanzarote,
- Jerez de la Frontera,
- Las Palmas de Gran Canaria,
- Maspalomas, Gran Canary,
- Palma de Mallorca,
- Puerto de la Cruz,
- Puerto del Rosario, Fuerteventura,
- Santiago de Compostela,
- 12 more destinations
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- Belgium –
- Denmark –
- England –
- Finland –
- Iceland –
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- Wales –
- Belarus –
- Bosnia and Herzegovina –
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- Kosovo –
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- Serbia –
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- Algeria –
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European low cost airlines
The no-frills airlines covered by this website are listed here. Click on to view the destinations served by each airline.
- airBaltic – This Latvian airline offer flights to many European countries from their hub in Riga. Flights to around 42 airports.
- Air Berlin – This German airline fly a large number of routes between airports in Germany and destinations in Europe, northern Africa and the UK. Flights to around 117 airports.
- Air One – This italian airline operate flights from its bases in Milan and Pisa to destinations in southern Italy, Greece, Albania and Spain. Flights to around 28 airports.
- Belle Air – This Albanian airline offer low cost flights between Tirana and destinations in Italy, the UK, Belgium and Austria. Also flights to Pristina. Flights to around 19 airports.
- Belle Air Europe – Italian airline using Pristina as a hub airport. Offers flights between Kosovo and many European countries. Flights to around 11 airports.
- Blue Air – Romanian low-cost airline offering flights between Romania and western- and southern Europe. Flights to around 23 airports.
- Blu-express.com – Offers low-cost flights within Italy and between Italy and Turkey, Greece, Spain and France. Flights to around seven airports.
- Brussels Airlines – Belgian airline offering flights to many European countries from its base in Brussels. Flights to around 50 airports.
- Condor – German low cost airline with a large route network to holiday destinations in Europe and other parts of the world. Flights to around 43 airports.
- Corendon.com – Turkish low cost airline operating flights between the Netherlands and southern European holiday destinations such as Turkey, Greece and Cyprus. Flights to around 48 airports.
- Easyjet – One of the original European low-cost airlines with a route network spanning most of western- and southern Europe. Flights to around 138 airports.
- FlyBE – Based in southern England this British discount airline operates routes between England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and southern Europe. Flights to around 84 airports.
- Germanwings – Low fare flights between Germany and destinations in most other parts of Europe. Germanwings use Cologne/Bonn, Stuttgart, Hannover, Hamburg and Berlin Tegel as hub airports. Flights to around 107 airports.
- helvetic.com – Swiss airline offering flights between Switzerland, southern Europe and the UK. Flights to around 14 airports.
- Iberia Express – Spanish airline offering flights from its hub in Madrid to the Spanish mainland, the Canary islands, Majorca and European destinations. Flights to around 18 airports.
- Jet2 – British airline offering flights from England, Scotland and Northern Ireland to southern and central European destinations. Flights to around 57 airports.
- Jetairfly – Belgian airline offering flights from multiple airports in Belgium to vacation destinations in southern Europe, North Africa, the Middle East and beyond. Flights to around 89 airports.
- Meridiana – Italian airline offering flights within Italy and to European destinations. Flights to around 38 airports.
- Monarch – British low cost airline offering scheduled flights between the UK and southern Spain, the Canary Islands, Portugal and Cyprus. Flights to around 52 airports.
- Norwegian – Scandinavia's largest budget airline offering domestic flights in Norway, Sweden, Finland and Denmark as well as international flights to most European countries. Also flights from London to southern Europe. Flights to around 126 airports.
- Ryanair – Irish low fares airline with hubs all over Europe. Ryanair offers low cost, no-frills flights to most European countries. Flights to around 179 airports.
- SmartWings – Czech airline offering cheap flights between the Czech Republic and southern European destinations. Flights to around 50 airports.
- Transavia.com – Dutch discount airline with flights from Amsterdam and Rotterdam to European destinations. Flights to around 74 airports.
- Volotea – Southern European low-cost airline with a focus on flights between France, Italy, Spain and Greece. Flights to around 54 airports.
- Vueling.com – This Spanish low-cost airline offer flights to Barcelona, Madrid, Seville and other popular destinations in Spain from London, Amsterdam, Stockholm, Berlin and other European cities. Flights to around 110 airports.
- Wizz Air – Offers flights between Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania and Ukraine to western and northern European countries including destinations such as London, Dortmund, Paris, Barcelona, Rome, Oslo and Stockholm. Flights to around 93 airports.
- WOW air – Icelandic airline offering cheap flights between European countries and Iceland. Flights to around six airports.
Why fly on European budget airlines?
Europe has a large number of low cost airlines offering cheap flights to almost every European country. European low cost airlines offer budget priced fares, flexibility on when and where to travel and serve many destinations not flown to by full fare airlines.
How and where to buy tickets
Most European discount airlines only sell ticket over the Internet and via the phone. Usually you can't shop tickets for these airlines via travel agents.
You book, pay and receive a confirmed ticket on the airline's web site. You pay for your ticket using a credit card and receive an electronic ticket that you bring with you to the airport on the day of departure. In order to check-in for the flight you need to produce the booking reference number and a valid photo identification card. Some airlines, most notably Ryanair, require that you print the electronic ticket and bring it to the airport. This is because the ticket contains a bar-code
Using Euroflights.info you can easily find routes and destinations served by European discount airlines and go on to book your cheap vacation or business flight.
Flight shopping – How to find the best priced tickets!
Tickets for flights on European discount airlines are not sold at a fixed price. Most airlines increase the price as seats are sold and as the date of departure approaches. Buying a last minute ticket on a discount airline can sometimes be just as expensive as travelling on a full fare airline.
To get the best ticket prices when travelling on low cost airlines you usually have to buy your tickets well in advance of the date you want to travel on.
Some low cost airlines have sales and promotion periods where you can get tickets for cheap flights inside Europe at a fixed price independent of the number of free seats on the flight. You may have to travel on certain days of the week and book a minimum number of days before departure. Information on such sales periods is often only published on each airline's web site and can also be found in the news section of Euroflights.info.
Read more about how to book cheap flights on European no-frills airlines.
Cancelling or changing a ticket on a budget airline
Few, if any, low cost airlines will give you a refund if you need to cancel your reservation. Some offer an insurance that can be paid at the time of booking and which will allow you to cancel the flight for certain reasons.
Many European discount airlines allow you to change your reservation for a fee. This fee is on to of a charge for the difference between what you paid for the original ticket and the price of the new ticket at the time you change your reservation.
Travelling on European discount airlines
The European budget airlines offer tickets at a low price, but this does not come for free. Read more below.
- Luggage usually can't be checked through from one flight to the next. If you are connecting between two flights, you will usually have to pick up your luggage and check it in again for your next flight. This even if the two flights are with the same low cost airline.
- No free food. Few discount airlines serve free food or drink, but many sell good quality food at a reasonable price on board.
- Little or no support when flights are delayed. If your flight is delayed or cancelled don't expect to get any compensation from the airline. A few discount airlines offer a limited form of compensation. Should you miss a connecting flight because your low cost flight is delayed, you should not expect to receive any assistance or compensation from the airline.
- Single leg flights. Flight times are not coordinated with other airlines and some airports are not served frequently. This means that it can be hard to join two flights without considerable waiting time.
- Limited baggage allowance. Baggage allowance on low cost airlines is often somewhat limited compared to traditional full fare airlines. Usually baggage is limited by weight and to only one carry on item per passenger. Expect to have to pay extra for any baggage exceeding the allowance.
Changes in the European airline industry
The European airline industry is adjusting to the reality of low fares airlines capturing a large and increasing share of European travellers.
Many traditional full fare airlines are adding new fare classes offering a limited number of tickets at prices approaching those offered by the true low cost airlines. The airlines do this without removing the old business and tourist class fares.
The new low priced fares come with more restrictions and fewer services compared to the more expensive tickets:
- cancellation of tickets may not be possible
- name change on a ticket may not be possible or only for a fee
- changing date or time of your flights may not be possible
- in-flight meals may not be included in the ticket price
The new budget airlines are causing increased competition for the old airlines in Europe, and several have already had to cease operation, including Belgian Sabena and Swissair. The increased competition from discount airlines is also driving airline mergers like the one between Air France and Dutch KLM airlines.
Low-cost airlines no longer in service
Here is a list of some of the European low-cost airlines that are no longer in service. Some have gone bankrupt, others were bought up.
- Flynordic – Was a Swedish low cost airline offering domestic Swedish flights and flights to other European countries. The airline was bought by Norwegian and the operations of the two airlines merged.
- FlyME – This Swedish airline went bankrupt in March 2007.
- SkyEurope – Was a Slovak low cost airline mainly offering flights between Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Austria to southern Europe and the UK. The airline ceased operations in late August 2009.
- Virgin Express – This Belgium based airline offered flights between Brussels and southern European destinations. It was merged with Belgian airline Sabena and is now operating under the name Brussels Airlines.
- Centralwings – Was a Polish budget airline that offered flights between Poland and other European countries.
- MyAir.com – Italian airline which offered domestic Italian discount flights as well as flights to other southern European countries. Went out of service in the summer of 2009.
- Sterling Airlines – This was a Danish based low cost airline offering flights between the Scandinavian countries and the UK and southern Europe. The airline went out of service in the fall of 2008.
- Volareweb.com – Italian airline primarily offering flights within Italy. Stopped flights in early 2009.