Introduction to Ryanair
Ryanair founded by Tony Ryan is of Irish descent and is distinguished by its low prices. In addition, Ryanair reached the highest number of flights that arrived on time, compared to other European airlines.
When you fly with Ryanair you have to pay a fee for extras such as luggage, food and drinks. This gives you the certainty that you pay a low ticket price. Ryanair flies to over 194 destinations and offers 1600 flights on a daily basis. Can't wait to fly with Ryanair? Book your tickets now and fly to your favorite city!
Before you start your journey with Ryanair, you must provide a valid ID and possibly a visa. If you need special assistance, you are able to arrange this up to 48 hours on the Ryanair website. The airport can only provide the requested service when you report at the special assistance desk at least 1 hour and 40 minutes before flight departure. Youngsters, hearing and visually impaired should travel with a companion that is over 16 years old. If you are pregnant and you are between 28-36 weeks, you can only travel when you have a Fit to Fly letter that confirms you are fit to fly.
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At Ryanair you can choose from two different travel classes: Economy and Business Class Plus.
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Check-in at Ryanair is quick and easy via the check-in counters at the airport, the self-service kiosks, via your computer or phone. Read more about the different check-in options.
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You can check-in up to two bags once you have purchased a checked baggage allowance of either 15 kilos or 20 kilos when you make your initial booking. If you want to bring checked baggage with Ryanair,you can bring up to two pieces. You can carry one cabin bag weighing up to 10 kg with maximum dimensions of 55cm x 40cm x 20cm, plus 1 small bag up to 35 x 20 x 20 onboard the aircraft.
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