RyanAir planes

Ryanair

Before you fly guide

Ryanair airline has been one of the first European airlines providing short-haul low-cost flights for passengers without any requirements on service quality onboard, travelling with light-weight hand luggage. Even with many complains to its low quality, it is still one of the most used airlines nowadays as they provide multiple flights to each destination every day and with most of the flights arriving on time, which is more than convenient to many passengers.

The company carries more than 100 million passengers every year which makes it one of the largest European airlines.

Ryanair operates more than 400 Boeings 737-800 and its route network serves 38 countries in Europe, North Africa (Morocco), and the Middle East (Israel, Lebanon and Jordan).

Ryanair Baggage Allowance

Baggage allowances may vary according to route and cabin class; always check during your booking process.

Cabin Baggage

Max Weight:

5kg Free baggage

10kg with Priority boarding ticket or for an extra charge

Max dimensions:

40 x 25 x 20 cm (strictly)

55 x 40 x 20 cm (priority boarding tickets)

RyanAir staff are usually very strict on not letting oversized cabin bags on board and will put them in hold for an extra charge.

Priority Boarding tickets

Ryanair offers a Priority boarding add-on which comes with some additional advantages.

  • Boarding in a first group
  • This Addon costs between £6 – £12 per person per flight

Checked Baggage

Max Weight:

10kg – From £8

20kg – From £20, up to 3 bags allowed to buy

Max dimensions:

10kg bag - 55 x 40 x 20 cm, 20kg bag - max 158 combined L+W+H

Other Baggage

Ryanair allows passengers to transport sports equipment such as ski, bicycle, golf clubs or musical instruments.

A max. 5kg baby bag can be brought on board in addition to free cabin baggage.

Pushchairs are transported free of charge.

Check-in

Airport check-in

  • Open 2 hours – 40 minutes before the scheduled flight
  • Check-in at the airport fee – £55/€55

Online & Mobile check-in

Open 2 days – 2 hours before scheduled the departure

  • 60 days if a seat has been bought during reservation (from £4)

A mobile boarding pass is not accepted in these airports.

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Seat Selection

RyanAir uses a random seat selection system, which may not allocate seats together with other passengers on your flight ticket booking. Shall you not pre-book your seats, they will be allocated when you check-in online or at the airport on a first-come, first-served basis.

It is recommended to select seats during the flight reservation.

Should you travel with a child younger than 12 years old, you have to buy a seat for the adult, the child will then automatically be seated next to you without any extra charge.

Standard Seats from €/£4.00 - Rows 6-15 and 18-33 per flight.
Front Seats from €/£13.01 - Rows 2 (A, B, C)-5 per flight.
Extra legroom seats from €/£15.00 - Rows 1, 2 (D, E, F) & 16-17 per flight.

On board service

Inflight meals

Drinks and snacks are available for an extra charge

Inflight entertainment

Not Available

Onboard WiFi

Not Available

Power supply

Not Available

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