RYANAIR is selling £4.99 fares to a range of European locations until midnight tonight.
The budget airline is slashing the price of its tickets on the second day of its week-long Black Friday sale.
They are selling 100,000 in the promotion today, on flights leaving from Luton, Stansted, Edinburgh and Newcastle airports.
Among the destinations included in the sale are France, Poland and Denmark - so long as the flights are in January 2018.
They are continuing the sale until Sunday, with each day offering a change in the discounts.
Customers who take part in the sale can also get 20 per cent off the typical luggage prices.
The airline will be hoping to tempt passengers back with the sale, after scrapping tens of thousands of flights between last September and spring of next year.
Many customers called for a boycott of the budget airline after its boss "cancelled Christmas" with the flight cancellations.
At the time, one Twitter user called Jeff said: “You'll never get another penny from me, even if you sell flights for a penny. Absolute disgrace. #BoycottRyanAir.”
Another Tweeter called Pauline Lawless said: "#BoycottRyanair Please everyone let that idiot see how we feel. Boycott Ryanair till he's gone."
Others were mainly concerned about whether they can trust the airline to honour its bookings following the recent cancellations.
But the airline's boss Chief Exec Michael O’Leary is not concerned about travellers returning.
During a conference in the middle of the cancellations chaos, he said: "Our booking engine is full of passengers who have sworn they will never fly with us again."