On LowCostRoutes.com our main purpose is to provide you with the full list of low cost flights offered by cheap airlines. We aim to give you the best information and to keep you up to date with all the new flights and new destinations. We search for your flight on the websites of all the low cost airlines, we sort and filter the results and we only offer you the relevant low cost flights. That's why you will always be sure to find the cheapest flight available on LowCostRoutes.com.
Step 1: Use the search form above to find out which cheap airlines offer low cost flights from the airport nearest to you to your desired destination.
Step 2: Check the full list of low cost airlines that fly on your desired route.
Step 3: Book your flight with just one click, directly on the cheap airline's website.
The largest cheap airline companies are: Ryanair, EasyJet, airBerlin, TUIfly, air arabia, Thomsonfly in Europe and Southwest Airlines and JetBlue in USA. Each of these airlines operates cheap flights on more than 1000 low cost routes. You can also check the full list of cheap airlines that offer low cost flights worldwide.
The cheapest flight you can find online is the one you book directly on the website of the airline without paying any travel agent's booking fees and surcharges. You only pay for the low cost flight you need and nothing else. That's why we don't charge anything for the service we offer. We just direct you to the website of the low cost airline so that you can book the discounted flight tickets using the airline's secure payment form.Interested in flying to the UK, Germany, France, Italy or the USA? Would you like to visit Spain, Cyprus, Greece, Turkey, India or Romania? We offer hundreds of low cost flights to each of these destinations! For other countries check the full list of flights here.
Do I need Travel insurance?: Some low cost carriers offer you travel insurance by default. This insurance covers you for the duration of your flight/trip. If you already have a comprehensive health insurance policy, you are probably covered much better than you would be with the travel insurance offered by the airline. In this case, there is no point buying travel insurance together with the flight ticket.