Ryanair Baggage changes

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This topic contains 4 replies, has 5 voices, and was last updated by  MartynSinclair 6 Sep 2017
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  • JohnnyG
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    capetonianm
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    Like most things that Ryanair do, it makes commercial sense.

    For those that don’t like it, there are alternatives. Makes no difference to me as I won’t use the airline, but if I did, I’d see this as a positive and smart move.


    LuganoPirate
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    Next they’ll charge to put that carry-on into the hold!
    However, increasing the weight and reducing the charge may see more people checking in a bag so instead of costing them £50m annually they may even see an increase in revenue.


    canucklad
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    As someone who uses Frightenscare reasonably regularly, next trip is EDI to Vigo in a couple of weeks’ time I welcome the changes.
    Not wanting to start up the whole “My god, they’ve brought the kitchen sink with them too “argument, simply put, I can think of other airlines that could learn from them!


    MartynSinclair
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    Strange Ryan have missed an opportunity by not charging for all hand baggage. Makes perfect sense and I wish BA woukd follow….

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