Ryanair, founded by Tony Ryan in 1984 and distinguished by its low prices, is known as Europe's budget airline with over 139 million passengers per year.
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Ryanair's flights reach 215 destinations in 37 countries.
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Comfort, freedom of choice, speed
Only one smaller carrier bag per passenger is allowed on Ryanair flights in Economy Class (depending on the fare). This could be, for example, a laptop bag or handbag, and may not be larger than:
You can have your larger hand luggage (trolley) placed in the overhead luggage compartment for a fee. Larger hand luggage may:
(Note: this is smaller than the standard size on scheduled flights. Weigh your luggage correctly don't forget to include all handles, wheels and other extras!)
Luggage in the overhead compartment (depending on the rate) has to be paid extra. Passengers are allowed to check in a maximum of 3 suitcases per ticket, for an additional charge. It is advisable to book your luggage online for the flight. Otherwise, you will be charged a higher fee at the airport.
Single pushchair, double pushchair, travel system or sling that can be fully collapsed plus one of the following items can be carried free of charge:
All other extra baby or children's items (max weight of 20kg per item) can be booked online for an amount of € 11 per item / per single flight. Read more about the luggage rules at Ryanair.
Pets are not allowed on Ryanair, with the exception of guide dogs on specific routes.
Online check-in on the Ryanair website or via the app is mandatory. When booking a seat, you can check in from 60 days to 2 hours before the scheduled departure time of the flight. If you do not reserve a seat, online check-in is possible from 48 hours to 2 hours prior to departure.
After checking in, you have to print your boarding pass yourself! If you do not check in online and do NOT print your boarding pass, Ryanair will charge extra. So pay attention! However, if you have a ticket with a Plus or Flexi Plus rate, you can check in at the airport free of charge.
If you want to choose your seat, book priority boarding with your flight tickets. Then, you are the first to choose your seat and can possibly sit together with your traveling companions. More information can be found on Checking in.
Expectant mothers can fly up to 28 weeks of pregnancy. After the 28th week, pregnant women must have a Fit to Fly statement, completed by their midwife or doctor. After 36 weeks of pregnancy you are no longer allowed to fly with Ryanair, for your health and that of your baby. It is also possible that you are no longer allowed to fly after 32 weeks of pregnancy. This rule applies if you are pregnant with twins, triplets, etc. or if you have previously developed complications during pregnancy.
Do you need assistance at the airport? Do you need a wheelchair or an attendant? Maybe you prefer to register your own wheelchair, assistance dog or medical equipment? It is important to request this at least 48 hours before departure. This can be done in your own booking on the Ryanair website or by contacting the special assistance team via email, chat or telephone. Upon arrival at the airport, please report to the luggage drop-off desk or the special assistance desk.
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