Original article from Kent Live
Ryanair has announced a new flash sale for those looking to jet off this month.
The airline has launched discounted flights to some green list destinations, costing passengers just £5 each way.
Ibiza and Majorca are all part of the sale, with the Balearic Islands recently being added to the green list, meaning travellers won't have to self-isolate once back in the UK.
Sun-seeking Brits won't have long to capitalise on the offer, however, with the sale expiring at midnight tonight (July 1), as the Mirror reports.
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For example, for Ibiza there are £5 fares from London Stansted, Liverpool, Manchester, East Midlands, Glasgow Prestwick, Birmingham, Bristol and Leeds Bradford.
For flights to Majorca , there were £5 deals from London Southend, Birmingham, Bournemouth, Bristol, East Midlands, Glasgow Prestwick, Leeds Bradford, Liverpool and Newcastle.
The airline also has a 'zero change fees' policy, meaning you can change your flights free of charge, although this must be done at least seven days prior to departure.
The Balearics are affected by Spain's new entry rules which come into force on July 2, meaning that if you're not fully vaccinated against COVID, you'll need to show proof of a negative PCR test result.
Malta meanwhile has said it currently will only be open to fully vaccinated Brits, although it won't accept the NHS app as proof of vaccination. The rules apply to anyone aged 12 or over.
Children aged 5-11 won't need to be jabbed, but will still be required to have a negative PCR test result.
Portugal recently introduced new rules which include a 14-day quarantine for unvaccinated Brits, France now requires UK travellers to prove they have an essential reason for travelling, and Italy has introduced a five-day self-isolation requirement for Brits.
Still, that doesn't mean that those who aren't double jabbed won't be able to go on holiday. Some countries are still welcoming unvaccinated Brits for holidays, usually alongside PCR testing requirements to visit.
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