Ryanair warns: because of rule 1, you may not be allowed on the plane – MadeinVilnius.lt

Ryanair warns: because of rule 1, you may not be allowed on the plane – MadeinVilnius.lt
Ryanair warns: because of rule 1, you may not be allowed on the plane – MadeinVilnius.lt
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Failure to comply with one of Ryanair’s checked baggage rules can result in travelers being denied boarding. Ryanair has strict rules when it comes to checked-in baggage and one mistake could mean you have to thin your wallet or be denied boarding.

Most people who fly Ryanair are aware of the airline’s strict hand luggage rules, but the airline also has strict checked baggage rules, and one mistake could mean you’re denied boarding, according to mirror.co.uk.

When you fly with these airlines, you can take a small bag no bigger than 40 x 20 x 25 cm and fits under the seat in front of you into the cabin free of charge. Also, after paying extra, you can bring a bag weighing up to 10 kilograms into the salon, the dimensions of which cannot exceed 55 x 50 x 20 cm.

You can also pay extra for checked baggage, which is popular with people going on longer holidays, but Ryanair has strict rules for such baggage.

Rule 1: You may not be allowed on the plane

Checked baggage cannot weigh more than 10 or 20 kilograms, depending on what baggage you have paid for, and must be left at the check-in desk, which is located before the flight security check. A 20-kilogram suitcase cannot be larger than 80 x 120 x 120 cm.

According to Ryanair’s baggage rules, anyone arriving at the boarding gate with checked baggage must pay an additional fee. The additional fee amounts to almost 12 euros for each additional kilogram of luggage. If you do not comply with Ryanair’s rules, you may not be allowed to board the flight.

Ryanair’s baggage policy states: “If you have purchased checked baggage, you must leave it at the baggage claim at the airport. If you try to board the plane with checked baggage already at the boarding gate, you will have to pay an additional fee for each bag to be loaded into the plane’s cargo compartment. If you don’t pay the fee, you won’t be allowed on the plane.”

Ryanair may also apply a surcharge if you forget to check-in online, change the owner of your ticket or arrive late at the airport. Online check-in is free, but if you do not do it in advance and want to check-in at the airport on the day of your flight, you will have to pay an additional fee of around 65 euros.

If you want to change the flight details of the ticket online, it will cost you about 50 euros for each ticket, if you want to change the owner of the ticket online, it will cost you about 130 euros. If you miss your flight, you will have to pay around 116 euros.

Source: TV3.lt

The article is in Lithuanian

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