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OMG, @Doc helped me find the answer, this is the answer! These two godlike websites are mentioned there: http://www.azair.com/ https://en.skypicker.com/ They do exactly what I was looking for! And they both can do search by countries, and they both account for flexibility (allow you to choose a range of days you want to stay at your destination, for ...
Specifically for Ryanair flights, you may try Ryalive.
Connecting Ryanair flights are not found by the search engines simply because Ryanair does not sell multi-leg tickets. You can of course buy the tickets separately, but are then left on your own if you misses your connection e.g. in RYG when flying STN-RYG-TLL. Only you can know if saving roundabout ten pounds is worth the risk having to pay several hundred ...
Actually, you can search tickets from country to country for a specific month (or the cheapest one in a year) using SkyScanner:
Norwegian Air Shuttle specifically only sells point-to-point trips - in practice, this means that rather than making one-way trips artificially expensive (and in exchange maybe having slightly cheaper two-way trips), which is what most airlines do, your itinerary has no effect on the prices. So there is no need to look for a multi-city or two-way option; ...
A fair number of airline websites offer what is called 'multi-city' booking/search option. You can create all sorts of routings, but need to consider that the airline you are searching might not serve all the city pairs. You maybe be able to use the alliance websites to create a multi-carrier itinerary. The OTA (online travel agencies) may offer a ...
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