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The cheapest day to fly out of UK is a Tuesday.
This was revealed in a survey by Which?of 1,174 flights within Europe with Ryanair,EasyJet and British Airways, some Sunday flight costs soared 175% compared to two days later.

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Flying from London Gatwick to Alicante with easyJet on a Tuesday on average saves 25 per cent compared to travelling on a Friday, the survey revealed.
Meanwhile the £100 (€125) cost of a Barcelona to Heathrow ticket with British Airways on Tuesdays leapt to £275 (€343) on a Sunday, while the £100 (€125) cost of a Heathrow to Barcelona ticket with British Airways on a Tuesday leapt to £150 (€187.5) by Friday and Saturday.
Which? said: “People can save a significant sum if they can be flexible changing the day or time they choose to travel.”
Meanwhile, easyJet has announced that as part of its aim of making travel easy and affordable, the lowcost airline is to roll out allocated seating across its network from November 2012.
The airline has been trialling allocated seating since April and over this period more than 800,000 passengers have flown on 6,000 trial flights.

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Carolyn McCall, Chief Executive of easyJet, said: "“Allocated seating gives all our passengers a better boarding experience and offers the choice of selecting a seat to those who want to. On trial flights the majority of passengers were simply allocated seats when they checked in. "

Sources: Euro Weekly News and EasyJet

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