A TOP airline which hopes expats will swing the result of the EU referendum is offering them cheap flights to Britain so they can vote to stick with Brussels.
Britons living abroad can fly to any UK airport on June 22 and June 23 from just £15.40 as part of a RyanAir promotion.
The no-frills carrier, which backs Britain staying in the EU, has dubbed the campaign 'Fly Home to Vote Remain'.
Ryanair, based in Dublin, carries more than 41 million passengers between the UK and Europe each year.
The airline claims a vote to stay in the bloc will lead to more UK jobs and better economic growth.
Spokesman Kenny Jacobs last night said: "Ryanair is absolutely clear that the UK economy is stronger in the EU.
"With just five weeks to go, we will continue to work hard to help deliver a resounding 'Remain' vote on June 23."
Earlier this week Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary attacked anti-EU campaigners by saying Brexit would be "absolutely crazy".
He added: "Let's get out and campaign. Businesses have got be very active. They tend to shy away from political involvement.
"We'll be criticised for doing it. For opponents who believe we shouldn't get involved, to hell with you."
But the Leave.EU group was quick to point out O'Leary once called the European Commission an "evil empire".
In a 2011 speech in Brussels the mogul said: "For those of you who know the Star Wars trilogy, this is the evil empire."
He went on to compare the European Parliament to the Death Star, "where any hint of innovation is left at the door".