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Passengers departing from Liverpool John Lennon Airport (JLA) today were served up a treat by one of the chefs at the Airport, as part of a promotion to highlight’s Ryanair’s ‘flipping’ low fares.

To help celebrate Pancake Tuesday, Ryanair arranged for Chef Tasha O’Brien, from SSP who run the Airport’s new Estuary Kitchen and Grill restaurant, to serve pancakes for passengers waiting in the departure lounge before flying from JLA earlier today.

With flights currently available from Liverpool with Ryanair from as little as £9.99 one way for travel in April, it’s a great time to plan a weekend city break or a short holiday somewhere warmer, though passengers must book before midnight this Thursday (23rd February) to take advantage of these great low fares.

Robin Tudor, Head of PR at Liverpool John Lennon Airport commented, "We like to celebrate events and special occasions throughout the year with our passengers and many flying out today enjoyed some traditional Pancake fare at the same time as being able to get a taste of Ryanair’s great low fares too."

To take advantage of Ryanair’s low fares, visit ryanair.com.

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