No tricks, just treats! 30+ destinations for £30 one way*.

Ward off the seasonal chill and spirit yourself away to one of 30 destinations for just £30 or less one way!

No broomsticks required – we can fly you to Amsterdam, Lyon, Isle of Man, Knock, Toulouse, Dublin, Jersey, Cologne, Luxembourg and many more. Go on… treat yourself!

For travel from 24 October 2017 to 28 February, 2018.






Win a Family Break to Edinburgh**

We’ve teamed up with The Edinburgh Dungeon and Avis to bring you the most spooktacular competition!

The prize will include:

  • Return flights to Edinburgh for four people from Belfast City, Birmingham, Cardiff, East Midlands, Exeter, Knock-Ireland West, London City, London Heathrow, Manchester or Southampton
  • A trip through Scotland’s darkest history with a family ticket to The Edinburgh Dungeon 2 days car hire with Avis so you can explore the city (restrictions apply)
  • 1 night accommodation for four people in a minimum 3* hotel

Sounds fun? Dust away those cobwebs and get those thinking caps on – you’ll need to answer this creepy question to enter.


Creepy Halloween Stories

We’re not ones for gossip, but we love these spine-chilling ghost stories. Do you believe the whispers?


Fyvie Castle just north of Aberdeen is haunted by the ghost of Lilias Drummond, who died there in 1601. It is said that Lilia’s ghost carved her name on the window sill in her husband’s bedroom the night that he married again. To this day the writing can still be seen



There are many tales of things that go bump in the night at Glasgow’s underground which opened in 1896. One example is Hillhead station, where there have been several reports of a mysterious sound of laughter which floats across the empty platform.


Smithills Hall in Bolton is home to a rather mischievous ghost! Staff and visitors to the grade 1 listed manor have reported this playful spirit of pinching their bottoms near the stairs area between the Bower and Solar rooms.


The building of a late night pharmacy used to be the home of Annison Funeral Parlour. You’ll need to be brave to work here as nearly every employee has had an eerie encounter of some kind. Most people think the building is haunted by an 18-year-old girl who was murdered in 1891 and have reported hearing voices and footsteps.


Birmingham Town Hall can be a bit ‘bah humbug’ all year round thanks to the ghost of Charles Dickins, one of the greatest authors of the 19th century haunting the building. Dickins gave his first reading of A Christmas Carol at the Town Hall on the 26th December 1853 and now it’s said that this is the place his ghost has chosen to remain. He strolls through the corridors, apparently minding his own business.


One of the most feared ghosts at Powderham Castle is The Grey Lady, who is usually encountered floating around the massive library of the home. Although the ghost is not aggressive the story goes that if you see the spirit of the grey lady it is a bad omen. Think we’ll just steer clear of the library at all times!


One of the most notorious hauntings was where the now demolished John Street lies. It was a claimed a ghost of an elderly woman used to throw objects and furniture around in a downstairs room in one of the old street’s houses. One of the residents also claimed to have seen an old woman walking up and down the back room, talking to herself. When the street was demolished in 1882 workmen discovered the bones of an old woman, which had lay buried for a number of years. The bones were removed and buried in the local Graveyard and the hauntings stopped.


Cardiff Castle has a rather orderly ghost! A misty faceless apparition in a flowing white skirt has been seen in the stockroom. In the early hours of the morning she likes to move items around and rearrange them!


The staff at The Station Pub have to keep a spirit in their cellar happy by ensuring the door to a second room in the cellar is permanently wedged open. The reason being that when it is closed the objects in the room get strewn all over the place! Staff have resigned themselves to the fact that it is simpler to just leave the door open instead of having to clean up the mess every morning.


One of the most feared ghosts at Powderham Castle is The Grey Lady, who is usually encountered floating around the massive library of the home. Although the ghost is not aggressive the story goes that if you see the spirit of the grey lady it is a bad omen. Think we’ll just steer clear of the library at all times!


Try not to lose your head over this story! There are multiple reports of Anne Boleyn’s spirit wandering around Bickling Hall dressed in white and carrying her own severed head still dripping with blood! As if that wasn’t frightening enough, people also say she sometimes arrives in a coach driven by a headless horseman and four headless horses!



Edinburgh Castle is considered to be one of the most haunted places in Scotland. There are many spooky stories, but one of our favourites is the one of the lone Piper ghost. They say that several hundred years ago secret tunnels were discovered running from the castle. Instructed to constantly play his pipes so he could always be heard, a piper boy was sent down the tunnels. All of a sudden the music stopped playing and despite searching he could not be found. To this day his ghostly pipes can still be heard playing in the castle as he walks the dark tunnels beneath for evermore.



Staff and regular visitors of the London Tombs (located as part of the London Bridge experience) tell the tale of a young spirit named Emily lurking within the tombs. Several dissatisfied tour groups have complained about the woman, who they believed to be a dull actor, simply staring at them during their tour and doing nothing to frighten them. If only they knew the truth!

Terms and Conditions
*Fares are one way including taxes and charges. Offer only available on on selected routes, flights and dates, subject to availability. Some routes may not operate for the entire travel period. The number of seats may be limited. Book by 31.10.17 for travel up to 28.02.18. Not valid on connecting flights.

Selected routes
To/from: Doncaster Sheffield – Amsterdam / Manchester – Amsterdam / Belfast City - Birmingham / Belfast City – Cardiff / Belfast City – Edinburgh / Belfast City – Glasgow Intl. / Belfast City – Inverness / Belfast City – Leeds Bradford / Belfast City – Liverpool / Belfast City – Manchester / Birmingham – Isle of Man / Birmingham – Knock Ireland West / Birmingham – Toulouse / Cardiff – Dublin / Cardiff – Edinburgh / Cardiff – Glasgow Intl. / Cardiff – Cork / Doncaster Sheffield – Dublin / Edinburgh – East Midlands / Edinburgh – Knock Ireland West / East Midlands – Glasgow Intl. / Exeter – Norwich / Isle of Man – Liverpool / Leeds Bradford – Newquay / Manchester – Luxembourg / Southampton – Lyon / Manchester – Knock Ireland West / Southampton – Guernsey / Southampton – Jersey / Jersey – Guernsey / London City – Jersey / London Southend – Dublin / London Southend – Manchester / London Southend – Glasgow Intl. / London Southend – Cologne / London Southend – Lyon / London Southend – Groningen / London Southend – Rennes / London Southend – Prague.

Headline fare may vary internationally according to currency fluctuations.

Any flights booked are subject to the General Conditions of Carriage found at Flybe does not charge additional fees for the use of Debit Cards. Bookings made by American Express will incur a processing fee of 2.5% of the total transaction value. Bookings made with any other type of credit card or PayPal will incur a processing fee of 1%.

** The following terms and conditions apply to the Flybe Edinburgh Spooktacular prize draw. Entry to the prize draw constitutes your agreement to be bound by them. 
1. The prize draw is open to all UK residents (excluding the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man) aged 18 years or over, except employees of Flybe, The Edinburgh Dungeon, Avis and their associated companies, their families, agents or any third party directly associated with administration of the prize draw. By entering you confirm that you are over 25 years old which you may be required to prove this if you win the prize.
2. The prize draw is free to enter and no purchase is necessary, however, eligible entrants require a valid email account to enter. To enter, answer the multiple question in the competition box on
3. All entries must be submitted via Only one entry per person.
4. The opening date for entries is 0001 UK time on 24.10.17. The closing date of the prize draw is 2329 UK time on 31.10.17. Entries received after this time will not be accepted and Flybe’s decision in this matter is final. 
5. Flybe accepts no responsibility for entries not successfully completed due to a technical fault, technical malfunction, computer hardware or software failure, satellite, network or server failure of any kind.
6. A winner will be chosen by random draw from all entrants who correctly answer the multiple choice questions and provide valid contact details to Flybe collated together supervised by an independent person on 1.11.17 ("Draw Date").
7. The winner will receive: 
7.1. Flights. Flights will need to be redeemed via using a promotional code and are subject to availability. Promotional code will be valid for four people on direct flights only from the following departure airports to Edinburgh (EDI): Belfast City, Birmingham, Cardiff, East Midlands, Exeter, Knock-Ireland West, London City, London Heathrow, Manchester and Southampton (Inc. taxes and charges). Flights must have a BE flight code and be operated by Flybe and do not include codeshare or franchise operated routes; flights must be booked and flown by 30.4.18; please see for full schedule details; all flights are subject to Flybe’s General Conditions of Carriage as updated and amended from time to time which can be found at; any flights not used by this date shall result in the prize being forfeited; the winner is responsible for their own passport and visa requirements and the passport and visa requirements of any person who travels with them; travel insurance, parking and additional transfers outside of the Avis car hire are NOT included in the prize. Taxes and charges are included and a 23kg hold bag. Bookings for flights using the flight tickets are strictly subject to availability. All four flights must be taken at the same time or the winner forfeits any remaining tickets. 
7.2. A family ticket to The Edinburgh Dungeons. Family tickets will permit 2 adults and 2 children or 3 adults and 1 child. Not suitable for those of a nervous disposition, or those suffering from a heart condition. Some areas of the attraction are not suitable for pregnant guests, but guests will be given an alternative and warned in advance. Children 4 and under will not be admitted. Children (5-15) must be accompanied by an adult, 16 and over, at all times. The Dungeon reserves the right to refuse entry without explanation. The Dungeon may close or alter exhibits at short notice and without explanation, and no refunds will be given in these circumstances. Voucher must be used by 30.4.18.
7.3. 2 days car hire with Avis. Duration: Max 2 days. Car Size: Up to group E. Locations: UK rental locations. Rental Includes: Unlimited mileage, basic insurance, CDW, Theft protection and Airport/city surcharge. Blackout dates: 15th December 2017 to 2nd January 2018, 30th March 2018 to 2nd April 2018. Validity: until 30.4.18.
The driver is liable for insurance excess if the car is damaged, but can opt to pay to purchase Avis’ zero excess cover. More information on insurance can be found at:
The Qualifying Entrant must be aged 25 years or over and holds a valid UK driving licence. This prize is non-transferable nor may it be exchanged for cash, used as part of a longer rental or as part of a multiple rentals.
Any additional products or services outside of the above terms and conditions will be the responsibility of the renter and charged locally. All cars are subject to availability.
The driver will need to meet Avis booking and rental terms and conditions, and must present a valid credit card in their name when picking up the vehicle for any additional products, fuel and damage. Debit cards are not acceptable.
No cash alternative to the prizes will be offered. Avis reserves the right to substitute the prizes with an alternative of similar characteristics and of commensurate value at its discretion. Avis reserve the right to amend or withdraw the offer at any time.
The Supplier of the prize Avis Budget UK Limited, Avis House, Park Road, Bracknell, RG12 2EW, United Kingdom. 
If no persons in the party qualify for car hire according to the conditions stated, car hire will be removed from the overall prize.
7.4. 1 night accommodation in a minimum 3* Edinburgh hotel for 4 people (maximum 2 rooms). The winner must email the Flybe contact person to request their accommodation with at least 14 days’ notice. The stay must be before 30.4.18. Flybe will book this on behalf of the winner and notify them with the details within 2 working days of receiving booking confirmation from the hotel. Winner may request a double or twin rooms only. Subject to availability.
8. The winner will be notified by electronic message to the email they provided to Flybe when they entered the promotion by 02.11.17. The winner must confirm acceptance of the prize within 7 calendar days (by 09.11.17). If a winner does not respond to Flybe within 7 calendar days of being notified by Flybe, then the winner's prize will be forfeited and Flybe will be entitled to select another winner in accordance with the process described above.
9. Once the winner has responded to accept the prize, they must confirm their postal address in order for the prize to be sent to the winner via post. The winner must confirm their postal address by 09.11.17. 
10. The prize for the winner is non-exchangeable, non-transferable and no cash alternative is offered. The four flights must be booked at the same time. 
11. The decision of Flybe regarding any aspect of the prize draw is final and binding and no correspondence will be entered into about it. 
12. The winner's names can be obtained by sending an email to [email protected] within 30 calendar days after the date of the closing date of the prize draw.
13. Flybe reserves the right to refuse entry, or refuse to award the prize to anyone in breach of these terms and conditions. 
14. Flybe reserves the right to hold void, cancel, suspend, or amend the promotion where it becomes necessary to do so.
15. Insofar as is permitted by law, Flybe, its agents or distributors will not in any circumstances be responsible or liable to compensate the winner or accept any liability for any loss, damage, personal injury or death occurring as a result of taking up the prize except where it is caused by the negligence of the Promoter, its agents or distributors or that of their employees. Your statutory rights are not affected.
16. Winners may be required to participate in publicity related to the prize draw which may include the publication of their name and photograph in any media.
17. Personal data supplied during the course of this promotion may be passed on to third party suppliers only insofar as required for fulfilment/delivery/arrangement of the prize.
18. The prize draw will be governed by English law and entrants to the prize draw submit to the jurisdiction of the English courts.
19. The Promoter of this prize draw is Flybe Limited of New Walker Hangar, Exeter International Airport, Exeter EX5 2BA.