Brits planning to book flights to Spain may be interested to learn that budget carrier Ryanair has launched a new seat sale.
The airline has released one million £7 tickets for passengers booking before midnight on Thursday (March 25th).
Discounted fares apply to flights on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays in late April and May.
Ryanair spokesman Stephen McNamara commented: "Only Ryanair sells Europe's lowest fares with a no fuel surcharge guarantee.
Budget airline Ryanair has launched rescue fares for British Airways passengers affected by forthcoming cabin crew strikes.
Workers have voted to take action on seven days between March 20th and March 31st.
For £69.99 including taxes and charges travellers can fly with Ryanair on selected routes during this period.
Brits planning to take flights to Spain over the coming weeks have been advised to check their travel insurance policy and ensure they are covered against cancellations and delays.
Cabin crew at the airline have voted to take seven days of industrial action between March 20th and March 31st.
Mark Greening, head of product partnerships at Gocompare.com, said: "Yet again it will be innocent passengers who will be most disrupted when British Airways staff take industrial action.
Golf holidays in Murcia are popular among fans of the club and ball game, it has been suggested.
Travel Daily UK reported that the region has "been a favourite" among customers of Golfbreak.com for some time, with the courses, venues and climate all contributing to the appeal.
And it is also convenient to travel to, with the majority of airlines running flights to Murcia daily and Alicante's airport just 45 minutes away.
Holidays in Spain continue to be the most popular trips in Europe among travellers from some of the continent's biggest nations, new figures have shown.
According to a report conducted by GFK Travel Insights, for British, Dutch and German holidaymakers, the country remains number one in terms of sales-based market share for this summer, ahead of one of the biggest growers in Turkey.
The research follows statistics from Skyscanner in January, which revealed five of the top ten most searched for destinations from UK airports for 2010 were in Spain - along with a further six in the top 50 - and the global sales director of Cheapflights.co.
British travellers are prepared to reveal all in the name of security, new research has revealed.
A poll carried out by Holiday Extras found that the majority of people taking flights to Spain and other destinations are in favour of airport body scanners.
Around 43 per cent of respondents claimed they would be happy to use one of the machines if selected by a security official.
Furthermore, 35 per cent of people said they find it hard to understand why people would be opposed to them.
If the idea of lounging by the pool or trying new activities appeals to you, then it could be time to book a flight to Spain and visit La Manga Club.
Located in Murcia, it is bordered by the Mar Manor - Europe's largest saltwater lagoon - and is the perfect place to enjoy water sports.
Some of the activities guests can try their hand at include snorkelling, jet-skiing and kayaking.
Holidaymakers can also hire their own boats and enjoy a day of sea fishing or sailing at their own pace.
Brits hoping to book cheap flights to Spain in the near future have been offered some tips on how to secure the beat best price.
According to Cheapflights.co.uk, there are a number of steps holidaymakers can take to keep their fares down.
Ryanair has launched a new 'March Madness' sale, reducing the cost of its flights to Spain and other popular destinations.
The airline is reducing fares by 33 per cent on all routes throughout late March and April - excluding Easter week.
Holidaymakers hoping to avail themselves of these discounted tickets are required to make their booking by midnight on Thursday (March 4th).
Passengers are advised that they can keep the cost of their booking down by using a Mastercard Prepaid card to pay and taking hand luggage instead of a large suitcase.
Flight search site Skyscanner said it has been inundated with emails following a recent survey revealing that 76 per cent of passengers are in favour of the introduction of a so-called fat tax by airlines.
The company said it has been contacted by tall travellers who have "expressed solidarity with overweight passengers".
Skyscanner co-founder and development director Barry Smith said there is a fine line between discriminating against people and ensuring economic viability.
"The danger is that airlines will continue to squeeze us into ever-shrinking seats and charge all but the shortest, thinnest passengers a premium for extra room," he commented.