Ryanair Customer? Claim Your FREE flight!

Ryanair Customer? Claim Your FREE flight!

Here’s some good news to cheer up beleaguered Ryanair passengers.

London Southend Airport is offering FREE FLIGHTS to and from Dublin on a first-come-first-served basis to Ryanair passengers who’ve had their flights cancelled.

The giveaway involves 100 return tickets "to make up for all the hassle and disappointment at airports affected by Ryanair’s controversial decision to drop 40 to 50 flights daily over the next six weeks".

The airport has described the offer as "a simple gift" and opportunity to try out the terminal – rated the capital’s best by Which?

London Southend Airport is also extending the free ticket offer to Glasgow and Manchester – two other routes starting on October 29.

Glyn Jones, Chief Executive Officer of Stobart Aviation, owners of London Southend Airport said:

“The free return tickets is a simple gesture, an invitation if you like, to try us instead of the airports hit by the Ryanair cancellations. We are confident we can offer a far better passenger experience – the proof being that we have been rated Best Airport in London five years running by Which?"

“Tens of thousands of people will have had their holiday plans disrupted and clearly feel they’ve been left in limbo not knowing if they are travelling or not, or can even be sure their inbound flight won’t be cancelled. Our free tickets will hopefully cheer up some people. After all, we’re in the business of making people happy.”

The offer is for passengers whose flights have been cancelled by Ryanair due to the changes in the pilot and cabin crew rotas.

The first 100 eligible passengers who contact London Southend Airport will be able to claim a free return ticket and the offer will run until 22 September 2017. The flights will be from 29 October 2017.

Each qualifying passenger must email a copy of their boarding pass to lsamarketing@southendairport.com and successful customers will be sent voucher codes to book the free flights according to voucher terms and conditions.

Qualifying passengers must book by 30 September and fly before December 20 2017.

Have you been affected by Ryanair's decision to cancel flights? Are you hoping to take advantage of this offer? Leave us a comment below or come and join the conversation over on our Facebook page.


  • Mich B.

    I'd only get on a Ryan air flight if they paid me. :joy:

  • Amanda H.

    Mine isnt cancelled...yet! X

  • Louisa B.

    Not sure this makes up for it does it ?! :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

    • Kerra K.

      Could get a free flight, that may or may not run, which might eventually get you where you want to go.... :weary:

  • Carol B.

    thats great! if you want to go from London to Dublin that is.

  • Lynda A.

    Got no flights to be cancelled .... :-/

  • Becky E.

    Ok didnt know so thought best to tag you in case x

  • Sarah M.

    & u can take me to Dublin :joy:

  • Maria B.

    free flight to Dublin to see Ed sheeran?:joy:

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