Theologian St. Augustine once said, “The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only one page” — keep in mind he lived from 354-430 AD. Thousands of years later, this statement continues to ring true, and travel is easier than ever. In celebration, we’ve rounded up some of Europe’s low-cost airlines to help you get ready for your next vacation, should you decide to hop the pond.
The U.K.’s largest airline, easyJet serves more than 30 countries and generally ranks quite highly with travelers. Though fares on easyJet are a tad higher than other low-cost carriers in the region, you’ll find that you’re often paying for access: Unlike many budget airlines, easyJet typically flies to primary airports in its cities, rather than secondary airports that are often 40-75 minutes outside of a city.
Flies: Throughout the U.K. and between several major European cities; Moscow and various cities in Eastern Europe, Morocco, Turkey, Israel, Cyprus, Jordan, and Egypt