Ryanair hand luggage I’ve just received an email from Ryanair explaining their new rules on cabin bags. Take note, if you are travelling with this airline soon, you need to read the NEW Ryanair hand luggage rules. Please ensure you do not get caught out. The new rules Ryanair are shrinking the size of the the bag you can bring onboard without paying. Show More Summary
The new rules, which will see passengers only allowed one bag in the cabin, unless they pay for priority boarding, have been attacked as disproportionate by a Spanish transport body.
If you’re a Ryanair passenger who’s long been waiting for the other shoe to drop, the January 15th policy landing was surprisingly soft. The truth is: there are pluses and minuses to the new Ryanair carry on bag policies. Things will be different, but not necessarily worse. Show More Summary
You’ve been warned about it – and today, the new Ryanair Hand Luggage policy goes into effect. It’s true sadly. Stand by to pay more if you want to take two bags aboard. In summary: If you’ve brought a fare that has Priority Boarding...Show More Summary
Effective as of Monday, January 15, 2018, a new bag policy is being implemented by Ryanair — touting “lower bag fees, bigger check-in bags and fewer boarding delays”... ...and the new bag policy — which “will cost Ryanair up to €50m pa”, according to Kenny Jacobs of Ryanair — is as follows... The post Is the New Ryanair Bag Policy Improved? Not For Me appeared first on The Gate.
Ryanair is introducing new baggage rules from Monday. Passengers can still travel with two items of hand luggage, but the larger bag will be placed in the hold unless they pay £5 for priority boarding.
Yo voy perdiendo el hilo ya... Ryanair vuelve a hacer cambios en su política de equipaje a partir del próximo 15 de Enero, con nuevas condiciones para los equipajes permitidos en cabina y los despachados. Nuevos Cambios en la Política de Equipajes de Ryanair ha sido publicado originalmente en Ultima Llamada por Hernan Van Norden
Two weeks ago I wrote that British Airways is introducing seats with 29 inches of pitch and no recline. That's an inch less space than Ryanair offers from seat back to seat back. Since word of BA's new seats without recline came out the buzz word has been that they're pre-reclined, a phrase I first heard from former Spirit Airlines CEO Ben Baldanza. Show More Summary
Three Italian air transport unions on Wednesday announced their intention for a nationwide strike for Ryanair staff on February 10, expressing disappointment after the first meeting with management of the Irish low-cost airline. TheShow More Summary
For those of you considering flying Ryanair in the future, it’s worth noting that the airline will be changing both its checked and hand luggage allowances from the 15th January. Ryanair Boeing 737-800 at Dublin Airport – Image, Economy Class and Beyond Checked luggage fees have changed, with baggage up to 20kg being accepted. Show More Summary
It is no surprise that Ryanair is Europe’s largest airline, shuttling passengers back and forth between all sorts of airports everywhere. They are so successful that they have a 95% load factor which presents a problem for the humble cabin bag. A great deal of the airline’s passengers travel with a cabin bag to avoid […]
Time to update last year’s rankings, based on reader reports to Slipped Disc. Here’s the 2018 roll of shame: 1 Ryanair Still the unchallenged leader in a shocking field. 2 Vueling Also known as appalling 3 British Airways Rising levels of callousness and misinformation 4 United Airlines Inhuman. 5 American Airlines Kafkaesque ineptitude 6 […]
The passenger of a Ryanair flight from London to Malaga in southern Spain, apparently tired of waiting inside the plane on arrival, got out and sat on the wing, a witness and the airline said Wednesday. "We had been waiting around half-an-hour to get out of the plane," Fernando del Valle, another passenger, told AFP of the incident on Monday evening. Show More Summary
On New Years Day Ryanair flight FR8164 from London Stansted to Malaga was delayed about an hour on departure. After reaching Spain the plane was further delayed half an hour on the tarmac. And an impatient passenger decided “I’m mad as hell and I’m not going to take this anymore.” Continue reading Impatient Passenger Leaves Through Emergency Exit, Walks Onto the Wing...
Auf einem Ryanair Flug von London nach Malaga hat ein polnischer Fluggast den Notausstieg aufgemacht und sich dann auf die Tragfläche gesetzt. WTF???
I can appreciate that travel can be stressful at times, and that many airlines could do a better job communicating with passengers. However, I can never quite figure out what possesses a passenger to do something like this. A Facebook...Show More Summary