Ryanair...

Discussion in 'SMB' started by SproutMackem, Mar 24, 2018.

  1. SproutMackem

    SproutMackem Striker

    Last edited: Mar 24, 2018
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  2. bernardbresslaw

    bernardbresslaw Striker

    Makes sense. It's like having a boot in your car but driving with everything on your knees.
     
  3. Two million voices

    Two million voices Full Back

    If you have not purchased Priority & 2 Cabin Bags, you are only permitted to bring 1 small bag on board. Your second 10kg bag will be tagged at the gate and put into the hold free of charge.

    Your small bag (e.g. handbag, laptop etc.) must not exceed 35x20x20cm and should easily fit under the seat in front of you.

    Your second 10kg bag must be 55x40x20cm in size and must fit into the sizers at the gate before being tagged and put into the hold free of charge.
     
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  4. SproutMackem

    SproutMackem Striker

    The point of making sure I go hand luggage only is to not bother hanging around at carousels.
     
  5. bernardbresslaw

    bernardbresslaw Striker

    Still makes it quicker than if you drove there though.
     
  6. Mantobar

    Mantobar Midfield

    Hardly news if you had done your homework
    Flown with them few times no problems.
     
  7. James

    James Striker

    How much is priority?
     
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  9. royaldragon

    royaldragon Midfield

    A fiver each way if you buy it when booking, I paid 6 quid the other week when I went to Dublin for St Patricks Day, because I decided to get priority boarding later on.
     
  10. Kobayashi

    Kobayashi Central Defender

    To be fair, even before this change, there was a high chance you'd have to put your bag in the hold as they can only carry about 90 bags in overhead lockers. You used to see the stewardesses counting down the priority customers and then those at the front of the other queue to see at what point they had to take bags off folk for the hold. Assuming you don't pay priority, you would have to be quite far up the queue of a full flight to guarantee your bag wouldn't go in the hold.
     
  11. Kenna

    Kenna Winger

    Either pay to drag my shit around with me or have it put away for free? Think I know which I prefer.
     
  12. Discopants91

    Discopants91 Striker

    Flew in January and they just let me take the bag on anyway.
     
  13. becs

    becs Striker Contributor

    Makes sense. There's little room in the cabin as it is, without people bringing on suitcases and filling up all the space.

    I think everyone should only be allowed one small bag. That would be enough hold all your essentials and stuff needed on the flight and they'd be space for everyone to stow bags and jackets above their seat.
     
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  14. SproutMackem

    SproutMackem Striker

    I'm not suggesting suitcases be allowed on. Just a bag big enough for a weekend away.
     
  15. Ryanair in fucking off their customers shocker
     
  16. Fred Secrets

    Fred Secrets Striker

    You're going to stop using an airline because they emailed you in advance to tell you something that will actually cost you nothing?

    You're hard work you, I'd say.
     
  17. Dan..Dan..Dan..Dan

    Dan..Dan..Dan..Dan Full Back

    I bet you do. The vast majority of their customers will put with all sorts in return for cheap fares.
     
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  18. James

    James Striker

    Happily. 15 quid to fly to Italy in May, what a topper.
     
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  19. Make sense.

    Some people took advantage of the 2 bags system. I've seen people bringing suitcases on. It's not that big of a inconvenience.

    If it wasn't for Ryanair I won't be able to travel around Europe on holidays or weekend/mid-week breaks. It would be too dear.
     
  20. Ludwig

    Ludwig Midfield Contributor

    Buy yourself a small handbag man, you’ll look nice and we won’t say owt ;)
     

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