Being as wealthy as its citizens isn’t a requirement to get to the smallest French-speaking country in the world. With these budget flights to Monaco, spend cash at the gaming tables instead!
Land at Cote d’Azur International Airport in Nice’s Promenade des Anglais, and then travel to Monaco by taxi, bus, or helicopter. Book a flight to Monaco with flybe, where customers get “value for money” and “air travel without compromise.” Part of the experience is more legroom than any other low-cost carrier in the UK, an in-flight magazine called flybe uncovered, and a non-stop course of chart-topping tunes. Frequent flyers get perks like free tickets, seat upgrades, and lounge access.
“The airline with tiny fares” (and an adorable logo), bmibaby, is also a product of the UK. Reserve a seat in advance to avoid the mad scramble once inside the plane. bmibaby allows change of flights up to three hours before the scheduled flight. Grab the latest issue of the in-flight magazine yeah baby, featuring sweets – from Alicante’s turrón to Aberdeen’s deep-fried Mars bar – from around the world.
Jet2.com, another British company, has only “friendly low fares” for its customers. Lie back on the leather seats and browse through the events to look forward to around Monaco -- from plays to parties, workshops to winter games – on Jetaway magazine.
Ryanair is named after its founders, the Ryan family, and offers flights to Monaco. The largest European budget carrier has Ryanair Mag. Forget about Adriana Lima… Ryanair has the Guardian Angels, where the cabin crew pose for calendars, proceeds of which go to charity.