Whether you’re going abroad alone or with a group, on a university or third party organized educational sojourn, to learn a new language, volunteer, or perform missionary work, we all know that the most expensive part of meaningful travel is simply getting there. However, there are some tricks that many inexperienced travelers may not know about. Once in Europe, for example, there are several budget airlines that can have you jetting about the continent with pennies on the dollar. After all, you’ve already hopped across the pond, why not keep exploring?
1.) One reputable budget airline is EasyJet.
Flying to over 100 destinations throughout Europe, EasyJet ensures that experiencing new cultures and life-changing adventures has never been so accessible to so many.
2.) Another popular budget European airline is Ireland-based RyanAir.
Flying between 189 destinations in over 30 countries throughout the continent, Ryanair has taken away any possible excuse to not make the most of your time in the region.
3.) A lesser-known secret amongst young travel enthusiasts is Iberia’s “joven” (or “youth”) program. Catering to the under-30 student crowd, and offering a plethora of study abroad discounts and promotions, signing up for an iberia joven account before your trip is well worth the time.