Low-cost carrier Ryanair has opened its first pop-up shop on Manchester’s Piccadilly, allowing visitors to book flights, “talk to dedicated Ryanair staff” and possibly even win a “dream holiday”.
The shop will open for four weeks, and the carrier is challenging customers to beat its prices on flights to and from Manchester, offering to pay back double the difference to anyone who manages the feat.
The carrier also says that one lucky customer will win a “dream holiday” every day, consisting of return flights to European destinations including Budapest, Dublin, Faro, Oslo and Riga.
The pop-up shop is located at Unit C, 111 Piccadilly.
For more information visit ryanair.com.
Ryanair’s Deputy Chief Executive and Chief Operating Officer, Michael Cawley (right) and Ken O’Toole, Chief Commercial Officer for the Manchester Airports Group, at Ryanair’s new ‘pop-up shop’ in Piccadilly, Manchester