Ryanair: Passengers reminded about hand luggage changes

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Added: 06-11-2018 01:58

Passengers flying with Ryanair are being reminded about changes to their hand luggage policy which came into force a few days ago.

The changes, the second this year, will see passengers who want to take anything more than a small bag on board being charged by the airline.

Those wishing to take a small suitcase of up to 10kg in the cabin will have to pay £6/€6 for priority boarding. Alternatively passengers will have to check in the bag and it will then be placed in the hold.

Ryanair says the changes are intended to reduce flight delays.

In a statement, Ryanair confirmed: “While our new bag policy came in to effect yesterday (November 1), we have briefed our gate agents to take a reasonable approach while customers get used to the new rules over the month of November.”

From now on travellers who want to take a hand luggage-sized suitcase have two options when travelling with Ryanair.

They can either purchase Priority Boarding which costs £6/€6 or they can pay £8 /€8 for their bag to be put into the hold.

Ryanair passengers can now only travel with a personal bag that measures no more than 40cm x 20cm x 25cm.

Bags such as laptop bags or small backpacks are included in this as long as they fit underneath the seat in front.

Note that according to Ryanair's website, non-priority boarding customers who have not added a 10kg bag to their booking, can purchase it at the airport bag drop desk for €/£20 or €/£25 at the boarding gate. All Ryanair's fees/charges can be found here.

Author: NewsinCyprus.com
Added: 06-11-2018

Ryanair: Passengers reminded about hand luggage changes

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