Wednesday, September 26 12:15:57
Irish no-frills airline, Ryanair, today opened its first ever 'pop-up shop' in the heart of Manchester.
As a promotion, it says that any customer who finds a cheaper flight to/from Manchester, Ryanair will pay back double the difference (terms and conditions apply).
Ryanair's new pop-up shop, located at Unit C, 111 Piccadilly, will be open for a four-week period, where customers can browse Ryanair's fares online in store, book flights and talk to Ryanair staff.
In Manchester, Ryanair's Michael Cawley said: "Ryanair has long pioneered customer innovations and through our latest promotion, we will bring our ultra-low fare seats right to the heart of Manchester, with the opening of our first pop-up shop, giving high street customers the chance to see our lowest fares for themselves. If any passenger finds a cheaper flight to/from Manchester during the four weeks the store is open, we will refund double the difference - we won't be beaten on price - while we'll also be giving away a return flight for two, every day, to amazing European destinations, including Budapest, Dublin, Faro, Oslo and Riga. Since launching our Manchester base in November 2011, Ryanair has carried over 1.7m passengers to/from Manchester Airport, connecting the North West to 30 destinations across Europe, and sustaining over 1,700 "on site" jobs at Manchester Airport."