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Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair (FR) is Europe's largest airline when measured by scheduled passengers carried. Founded in 1985, it has about 70 operating bases, with primary bases are located at Dublin Airport (DUB) and London Stansted Airport (STN). The carrier flies to more than 190 destinations in across 30 European countries as well as Morocco. As a budget airline, Ryanair typically flies to secondary airports where operating costs are lower. Its fleet consists of 318 Boeing 737-800 aircraft, each of which is configured with a single Economy Class cabin. It is one of the newest fleets in Europe. Passengers should expect to pay additional fees for online check-in and onboard food and beverages.
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Ryanair carries more passengers than any other airline in Europe, so you may have flown with them already — or maybe you’re planning a trip in the near future.
If that’s the case, then this article will tell you everything you need to know about Ryanair’s fare structure, controversial baggage policy (which has changed a number of times in recent years), extra fees, seating options, and customer satisfaction rankings.
Alliance: Not part of an alliance
Category: Low-cost airline
Loyalty Program: MyRyanair
Tagline: “Low fares, Made simple”
About/Mission Statement: “Ryanair believes that any worthwhile passenger service commitment should involve commitments to low prices and high punctuality. ” (source)
Daily Flights: Over 2,000
Main Hub: London Stansted Airport (STN) & Dublin Airport (DUB)
Destinations: 216 destinations across 37 countries
Ryanair doesn’t offer a standard frequent flyer program .
Its loyalty program, called MyRyanair, is based around an enhanced booking experience with members being able to save and quickly access passport and payment details for future use.
Once registered, offers and information in a member’s account will be personalized, and they can also earn credit to use on international flights by making a Ryanair Rooms booking.
Customers are automatically signed up to MyRyanair when making a booking.
Ryanair also offers the annual membership program called Ryanair Choice for €/£199. Passengers who pay to join will benefit from:
- Free standard seat selection
- Priority boarding
- A 10kg carry-on bag
- Fast-track security
Ryanair offers 4 different fare types with varying inclusions and benefits.
This is the cheapest and most basic ticket you’ll find with Ryanair; it does not include any checked baggage , and only comes with 1 personal item for carry-on . A fee will be charged to select your seat.
Hot Tip: For more baggage options, you can choose to upgrade to Ryanair’s “Priority + 2 cabin bag” option when booking your carry-on baggage (this will also give you priority boarding).
This bundle includes 1 piece of checked baggage (20kg), a personal item, priority boarding, and reserved standard seating.
A Flexi Plus fare includes 1 standard carry-on bag plus a personal item, priority boarding, any reserved seat (Standard, Front Seat, or Extra Legroom), dedicated Flexi Plus check-in, fast track security, and the flexibility to change your ticket by 1 day in either direction.
This bundle for families includes 2 checked bags (20kg each), priority boarding, 1 standard carry-on bag and a personal item, and reserved seating together.
Hot Tip: Read about Ryanair’s boarding process so you know when it’s your turn to board the plane — don’t miss out on getting your carry-on in the cabin!
Ryanair Baggage & Other Fees/Add-Ons
Ryanair changed its baggage policy twice in 2018, which caused some controversy with confused customers. Hopefully there won’t be any further changes for a while!
All Ryanair passengers can bring 1 personal item into the cabin . Standard carry-on allowance depends on the fare booked:
- Plus: No carry-on bag
- Flexi Plus: 1 carry-on bag
- Family Plus: 1 carry-on bag
- Standard Fare: No carry-on bag (can purchase from £/€6-10)
Personal items must not exceed 40cm x 20cm x 25cm, and a standard carry-on must be smaller than 55cm x 40cm x 20cm (up to 10kg). If your carry-on bag exceeds the restrictions, it will be placed in the hold and a fee of £/€50 will be charged.
Lap Infant Carry-on Policy
For infants aged 8 days to 23 months traveling on an adult’s lap, a 5kg baby bag can be carried by the adult in addition to their carry-on allowance.
Stroller Check Policy
A stroller plus an additional item (such as a car seat or travel cot) is permitted free of charge when traveling with a child. Your stroller can be taken up to the aircraft steps and will be available there upon landing.
Standard Fare and Flexi Plus passengers will need to book baggage separately, as this is not included in their checked baggage allowance . Passengers can book up to 3 checked bags.
There are 2 size options for checked luggage: up to 10kg, or up to 20kg. Here are fees for each:
- At time of booking: €/£10-12 for up to 10kg, and €/£25 for a bag up to 20kg
- Post-booking/at bag drop: €/£10-12 for up to 10kg, or €/£40 for a bag up to 20kg
- At the gate: €/£20-25 for a 10kg bag
Checked Baggage Included for Certain Fare Types
- Plus: 1 checked bag (20kg)
- Family Plus: 2 checked bags (20kg each)
All checked bags must not exceed 20kg with max linear dimensions of 158cm.
Purchase your baggage allowance online to save money: a €10 supplement per bag, per flight sector will be applied for bags purchased via a call center or at the airport.
During peak travel periods, Ryanair also enforces a €10 supplement on the price of a checked bag.
Hot Tip: To find out more about baggage, read our article Ryanair Baggage Fees & Tips to Cover the Expenses .
Excess baggage can only be purchased at the airport kiosk and is charged at €/£10 per Kilo. Ryanair does not specify oversized fees.
See Ryanair’s policy here for information relating to special luggage (musical instruments, sporting equipment, etc.)
Change/Cancellation Fees (Cash Tickets)
- Flight Changes: €/£35-65 (online), €/£50-95 (phone/airport)
- Missed Departure Fee: €/£100 (change to next available flight for passengers arriving at check-in up to 1 hour after flight departs)
- Cancellations: N/A; Ryanair flights are nonrefundable
These fees apply to each passenger, per way. A return flight leg can still be used even if the outbound flight isn’t; this does not require notification to Ryanair.
Name Change: €/£115 (at time of booking), €/£160 (post-booking or at airport)
Booking Fee: €/£20 at the airport
Hold Fare Fee: €/£3
Payment Fee: 0.5%-1.2% debit/credit card fees for non-EEA customers
Government Tax Refund Administration Fee : €20/£17
Airport Check-in: €/£55 (Flexi Plus passengers not charged)
Boarding Card Re-issue: €/£25
Compulsory Family Seat : €/£4 (Adults traveling with children under 12 must reserve a seat. Child receives a free reserved seat.)
- Standard: €/£3
- Front Seats: €/£7
- Extra legroom Seats: €/£7
Note: Some routes may incur a higher charge.
Infant fee: €/£25
Child/Infant Travel Cot or Car Seat/Booster (exceeding the 2 free items allowance): €/£15 (at time of booking), €/£25 (post-booking/airport)
Pet in cabin: Not permitted (assistance dogs only)
Ryanair passengers can purchase meals, snacks, and refreshments (including Lavazza coffee) from the Getaway Cafe menu featured in their inflight magazine.
- Meal deals: €/£9-12 (includes a drink, main meal, and snack)
- Soft drinks: from €/£2.50
- Beer: from €/£5
- Wine: from €/£6
- Premium Spirits: from €/£8
- Hot meals: from €/£6
- Fresh food: from €/£4.50
- Snacks: from €/£1.50
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Inflight Inclusions, Amenities, & Seat Specs
Ryanair’s cabin structure is pretty simple: there’s only 1! Even though they sell a Plus fare that is aimed at business travelers, there is no separate cabin; passengers will simply be able to reserve premium seating.
Ryanair is a no-frills airline, so you won’t find any seatback entertainment or amenity kits.
Standard: Leather seating, 17″ wide with a pitch of 30″. It’s worth noting that no seats on Ryanair recline .
Front Seats: The same seats as Standard, but located in rows 2-5 so you can quickly disembark the plane.
Extra Legroom Seats: Leather seating, 17″ wide with a pitch of 32″-34″. (Available at seats 1A, 1B, 1C, 2D, 2E, 2F, and rows 16-17.
Ryanair currently has just 1 type of aircraft: the Boeing 737-800, with an average fleet age of 6.5 years.
That said, Ryanair currently has an order in for another 115 brand new Boeing 737s, as well as 110 Boeing 737 MAX 200s.
The airline’s Boeing 737 MAX 200s will be fitted with ergonomic slimline seats boasting an extra inch of pitch for Standard seating, as well as more cushioning.
- Total passengers: 189
- Standard seats: 138
- Premium seats: 51
When an airline’s CEO openly admits that price is a priority over customer service , it’s not surprising that customer satisfaction isn’t exactly at its highest.
Poor customer service is one of the most prominent complaints about Ryanair across review sites and social media. Unhelpful and sometimes rude call center representatives and cabin crew have been reported by customers.
Some passengers are also caught off-guard by unexpected fees such as boarding card printing and check-in charges, since you would expect these free of charge from a full-service airline.
However, Ryanair’s unique quirks and restrictions are usually stated throughout the booking process — so customers who read the ins-and-outs of this information appreciate the cheap fares that are possible while avoiding the extra add-ons.
No official statistics can be found on the Irish Aviation Authority’s website .
Consumer Rankings, Ratings, Etc.
Skytrax Ranking : 3 Star Airline (out of 5)
Skytrax Customer Rating : 5/10
Tripadvisor Airline Review Rating : 3/5 (average from 58,180 reviews)
Kayak Customer Rating: 6.1/10 (average from 15,163 reviews)
AirHelp.com Overall Rating: 6.3/10 (quality of amenities, on-time arrivals, and how well an airline resolves flight delay compensation claims)
Safety and Performance
Ryanair has a 4/7 safety record as awarded by AirlineRatings.com . This takes into consideration whether the airline has an IATA Operational Safety Audit Certification (which Ryanair does not), combined with information from the world’s aviation governing body, plus government and crash records.
Although this rating is only 4/7 on paper, Ryanair has never had a fatality involving one of its flights and is considered a safe airline to fly with. The 3-star deduction is due to the lack of audit certification, which is not mandatory for airlines.
Ryanair publishes its own punctuality report, and the airline declared that it achieved an 88% success rate for on-time arrivals for its flights in 2017 (arriving within 15 minutes of its scheduled arrival time). For 2018, figures have only been posted up to April (so aren’t that comprehensive yet).
Ryanair has supported ISPCC Childline for nearly 3 years, and donated over €200,000 back in March 2018 when it renewed its partnership.
The airline also sells “Fly to win” scratchcards onboard its flights and sends the proceeds to some of their charity partners, including Jack & Jill Children’s Foundation, Meyer Children’s Hospital, and Naomi House & Jacksplace Children’s Hospice.
Overall, Ryanair is a “love ’em or hate ’em” kind of airline. Some passengers have sworn off flying with them due to a bad customer service experience, while others see Ryanair as a great value, no frills airline.
Ryanair is never going to command the respect of British Airways, and it’s in a constant price war with easyJet . But it carries the most passengers of any European airline — so it must be doing something right to win customer loyalty!
Though Ryanair does have a penny-pinching attitude, you could bag a bargain flight if you do your research and plan ahead.
Frequently Asked Questions
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- Plus: 1 carry-on bag
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March 28, 2022
Plus does not include a carry-on bag at least according to the Ryanair website It did prior to Dec 11th 2019.
March 31, 2022
Thanks for pointing that out, I’ve just corrected it.
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Ryanair’s newest addition to the fleet increases the number of seats on board thanks to the additional pair of exit doors found on the 737-8200 MAX. The densified cabin results in a reduced general pitch of only around 28” (71cm). Still, there are many opportunities for more comfortable seating: Seats 1B and 1C at the forward exit have ample legroom but are very close to the galley and lavatory. Just behind, seat 2A has excellent legroom as there is no seat in front. The bulkhead seats 2D, 2E and 2F offer plenty of knee space. Please keep in mind that seats in the first two rows as well as the last two rows of the aircraft are narrower due to the curvature of the fuselage. Exit seats at rows 17, 18 and 28 have additional legroom while seats 29A and 29F offer near infinite legroom to stretch out. Keep in mind that all Ryanair exit and bulkhead seats feature the tray table in the armrest.The following seats have missing or misaligned windows: 12A, 14A, 14F, 29A and 29F. All Ryanair seats are in a pre-reclined state and do not recline any further. The seats do not have any power outlets nor is there WiFi on board.
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Horrible seat, everyone (other passengers,crew) bumping into you all the time. And the pitch and width are soooooo small.You need to sit "Tetris" style. It should be in red
Not quite aligned with window but able to see winglet and views / slightly cracked window blind on this flight / seat near back of plane so good for boarding and disembarking.
A professional team. Only good thoughts. Thanks Ryanair!
Classis low cost airline ussually fly on time and no problem with it.
Hello. Quite a nice fly, capitan with good skills and perfect landing!! Plane was clean and staff very friendly!!! We travel with Ryan often. Boeing 737-800 is nice plane but 800 MAX version is more quiter. Very good!
Ryanair has to be one of my favourite airlines flying, This flight was super enjoyable and even though it took place 2 years ago on February 16th 2017, the experience is still with me, it was that good. My mom and I were impressed, great service and lovely views from the plane.
Can't recommend this seat. Although legroom was great, people were bumping into me all the time - it seems that this seat is simply in the way for everyone entering the plane or going to the restroom. The middle seat 1B is much better and even the window seat 1A is more comfortable, yet the door protrudes a bit into the cabin in front of that seat.
This is a emergency exit window seat. On Ryanair the seat has no armrest and tilts towards the window. It is very uncomfortable. The other seats in the emergency exit section are much more comfortable and have good legroom.
(Pre-Sky Interior) Excellent legroom with door only protruding slightly, and flight crew not directly opposite. Excellent window. Excellent storage pouch on left. Good ventilation. Slightly cold feet due to proximity of door. Bad tray table - droops to left because no support on that side.
(New Sky Interior) Excellent window position. Good legroom, although door protrudes slightly, but flight crew are not directly opposite. Poor storage pouch on left. Poor tray table - droops to left because no support. Bad ventilation.
The airline is horrible. They make you pay for everything: hand baggage, food, and also for PRINTING YOUR BOARDING PASS. The seat was very low-quality, leg space of 76cm, good for me. I don't like the several delays they have. The food is very bad, I went for the Ratatouille, €6, and it's horrible.
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No direct window (even if watching to the window slightly behind is still possible), but room for leg is much better than at the 32B that I got for my other flight (FR201).
The room for legs at this row is absolutely horrible (I'm "only" 1m85 tall!), much less than at 11A than I got for my return flight (FR200). I cannot explain such differences for seats in the same category. Do you?
I can confirm, that while it doesn't actually say so anywhere on Ryanair's website or in official communication, legroom is actually better on some of the "premium" seats, at least on row 4. I am fairly tall, and a bit bulky (you might say), and I could easily sit in 4E with the table tray down and still have some space between myself and the tray. When I flew home a few days later, I was in row 32, and that was much more cramped.
i love flying ryanair the crew have always been ok with us,food not too clever but you are flying low budget and i agree with michael oleary if you dont like us go else where, simple as that.
OK seat, as for someone who's height is 168cm, enough leg room, but the armrest in the Sky Interior design are so short, that they do not function as ARMrests at all, and the window is aligned in a way, that you cannot confortably lay down to the right.
The seat was comfortable for the price. Quite short legroom and overpriced meals but totally worth it for the price.
Not looking forward, I am seat 20e and my husband whose 65th birthday "treat" it is is in seat 9, how nice. We tried to change flights so that we could get an extra an exra day and would have been charged #180.00 extra for the priviledge! Looking forward to it? I am not sure if its going to be a treat!
Service was great. Legroom was great. Shoulder space was terrible and we were very uncomfortable because of this.
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You can get the best seats on a Ryanair flight every time with a handy plane map
- Published : 12:46, 23 Apr 2022
- Updated : 16:24, 23 Apr 2022
RYANAIR is known for its incredibly cheap flights and charges customers more to book for specific seats.
If you are willing to pay extra to reserve a better spot, you can follow the airline 's handy plane map to make sure you get the seat that suits your need.
From extra leg room to best picture spots, we reveal the top tips for choosing the right seat.
Getting off the plane first
If you are looking to beat the queue and be the first one to head off the flight, the front five rows would be your best bet.
These seats also come in handy if you want to use the bathroom.
The budget airline isn't know for its roomy cabins, but it does have rows with extra legroom.
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These seats can be found in rows 1 A, B, C or 2 D, E, F as well as row 16 and 17 near the emergency exit.
The airline also says passengers who reserve a seat in row 16 and 17 are free to check-in up to 60 days before take-off.
Best spots for taking pictures
If you are looking to take pictures during the flight, you should be booking a window seat that’s located between rows 15 and 18.
This is because you will be able to capture the wing of the plane with those seats.
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The airline says: "They’re the Instagram photos that have always eluded you - the one with the perfect pinky-blue sky, fluffy clouds and otherworldly rays of sunlight, all framed by a cheeky wing peeking out from the corner.
"To capture these absolute beauties, book a window seat that’s located somewhere between rows 15 and 18 – it’s your time to shine."
Head start on snacks
When it comes to in-flight snacks, rows 1, 2 and 33 will give you a head start on the rest of the plane.
The airline says these seats will make sure you get served from the drinks trolley first.
For those looking to take a nap on the plane, 11A would be the best choice as it doesn't have a window.
Ryanair says: "Not a lot of people realise that seat 11A has no window, meaning it’s the perfect seat if you’re planning to catch up on some zzzs during a morning flight."
Other airlines also have no-window seats but they usually change depending on the aircraft.
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Regarding scheduled passengers, the most prominent European airline is the Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair (FR). It began operations in 1985 and has since expanded to 70 locations, with its main hubs in Dublin and London (Stansted) airports.
This airline serves around 190 locations in 30 European countries. To keep costs minimal, Ryanair uses secondary airports. The Ryanair seating plan in all its fleet indicates its position as a major budget transporter in Europe. Its fleet has 318 Boeing 737-800s, with only a single cabin — Economy.
Although there is less legroom, passengers will not face discomfort since the seats do not recline. If the seats in front recline, it will be bad for passengers because it will reduce the already small space. As a budget airline, Ryanair standing seats cut down the cost of traveling, albeit with slight reductions in passengers’ comfort levels.
You cannot pre-book a Ryanair seat, and the airline assigns seats automatically if you do not buy your preferred seat. There is also no benefit of arriving at the airport early to get your preferred spot. Therefore, if you check the seating plan and see a seat you like, you can beat the crowd by paying for it.
On every airplane Ryanair flies, there is a selection of savory and sweet snacks, hot and cold drinks, and alcoholic beverages. You will find more information on food service for sale in the in-flight magazine. However, the Ryanair cabin does not have in-flight TV to keep passengers entertained like in most airlines.
The Economy cabin of the Ryanair airplane is what you can define as basic. This section of the airline does not require you to pay for seats. However, if you prefer to sit at a particular spot, you can pay to reserve it. For instance, passengers like to occupy the window seats since it gives them a perfect angle to take nice pictures; hence, they pay to reserve them.
There is no dedicated premium cabin nor extra perks like larger seats or complimentary meals in the Business Class Ryanair cabin. However, this cabin comes with certain advantages for its passengers.
Passengers of Ryanair get free airport check-in, ticket adjustments, and priority boarding. Subject to availability, passengers can also get VIP seating. The Ryanair Business Class seats are not as comfortable as one would expect. They have less leg space than in other premium seating.
Since Ryanair UK seats are relatively small, you may want to reserve an extra seat to give you additional space and comfort. You can reserve an extra seat online by booking the first seat with your name, then input “COMFORT SEAT” as the first name and “EXTRA SEAT” as the last name in the extra seat. After registration, your reservation and boarding pass will be EXTRA COMFORT SEAT.
Emergency rows 1, 16, and 17 on the Ryanair plane seating plan are off-limits for reserved seating purchases. It is essential to know that online check-in is available to passengers who wish to purchase an additional seat. When checking in online, both seats must have the same identification information.
Buying an extra seat does not come with any additional luggage allowance, either for carry-ons or checked bags. It suffices to state that no discount applies to reserving an additional seat.
When the reserved and extra seats are not together due to the Ryanair allocated seats algorithm, call customer care or chat with them online.
When making an online reservation, you can pick a specific seat for an extra charge. To make a reservation, go to the “My Bookings” section online or do so during the check-in. From the website, you can choose and pay for your preferred seat. Everyone has their preferences; while some prefer aisle seats, others like the ones close to the window. From the Ryanair seat map, you can identify your best seat.
Selecting and purchasing your preferred seat must be 2 hours before the flight. The three reserved Ryanair plane seats are the following:
- Extra leg space seats in rows 1, 16, and 17, and seats DEF in row 2
- Standard seats from rows 6 to 15 and 18 to 33
- Front seats comprise rows 3, 4, and 5, and seats ABC in row 2
Like most airlines, specific restricted seats are known as emergency exit seats. To occupy these seats, you must show that you can assist in emergency cases. Also, passengers in this section must be ready to take instructions for their safety and that of other passengers. You can find the emergency exit seats in the 1st, 16th, and 17th rows.
To occupy the emergency Ryanair reserved seating, you must fulfill the following:
- Be at least 16 years
- Must be capable and ready to assist in emergencies
- You’re not flying with an infant — this also applies in the 15th and 18th rows
- You don’t require a seat belt
- Does not require any special assistance
One thing that makes people like the Ryanair interior is how it makes flying with kids smoother. Generally, traveling with children is stressful. However, to ensure that minors are safe, the airline allows a maximum of two kids in a row.
To save time and stress, passengers can prepay for a seat or check in for their flights up to 60 days before departure; this also applies to Flexi ticket holders. You can pick your seat and choose Ryanair seats for your peers if you are traveling together.
To make the change, you need to access the airline site. On the site, scroll to the ” Trip Extras” section.” You will see the option to change your seat — click on this option and proceed to choose your preferred seat. You can look at the Ryanair seats plan to get a good idea of where you want to stay. After selecting the spot you feel is most suitable, click on “confirm.”
To make the changes, you will need to pay a certain amount. So, after clicking “confirm,” select “Check Out” and fill in your payment details, then select “pay now” to make the payment and confirm your seat change.
You will still get your new preferred seat when you change your flight. If your preferred seat costs are higher or lower in the new aircraft, you will be charged or refunded.
It suffices to state that selecting and paying for a preferred seat is not a priority. Since the flight is usually for a short distance, you may decide to stay wherever. If you do not reserve a seat, the Ryanair seat plan allocation algorithm will automatically allocate a seat to you.
If you choose not to purchase a reserved seat, check in 24 to 2 hours before your flight, and a seat will automatically be allocated to you without any charge.
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RYANAIR ET ERASMUS STUDENT NETWORK PROLONGENT LEUR PARTENARIAT POUR LA 7ÈME ANNÉE CONSÉCUTIVE
PLUS DE 700 000 RÉSERVATIONS ESN EN 7 ANS
Ryanair, la première compagnie aérienne d’Europe, et le réseau d’étudiants Erasmus (ESN) ont annoncé aujourd’hui (9 novembre) le prolongement de leur partenariat pour la septième année consécutive, afin de permettre aux étudiants européens de voyager aux tarifs les plus bas lors de leurs échanges éducatifs. Grâce à ce partenariat, les étudiants Erasmus disposent d’une plateforme de réservation ESN dédiée sur le site Ryanair.com, où ils peuvent bénéficier de 10 % de réduction sur quatre vols aller simple (ou deux allers-retours) et d’un bagage enregistré gratuit de 20 kg pour chaque vol réservé.
Depuis 2017, les étudiants d’ESN ont bénéficié de ce partenariat exclusif qui a, à ce jour, donné lieu à plus de 700 000 réservations. Ryanair est une compagnie aérienne qui joue un rôle majeur sur le plan écologique en Europe, elle dispose d’un réseau de premier plan composé de plus de 230 destinations et a récemment effectué une commande record de 300 avions Boeing MAX-10 encore plus efficaces sur le plan environnemental.
Ryanair s’engage à continuer à soutenir la reprise de la mobilité des étudiants Erasmus à travers l’Europe. Les étudiants d’ESN peuvent désormais réserver leurs vols Ryanair à bas prix avec ces réductions exclusives sur la plateforme dédiée à l’adresse suivante www.ryanair.com .
Matthew Krasa, responsable des affaires publiques de Ryanair, a déclaré :
« Ryanair est heureux d’annoncer son partenariat exclusif avec ESN pour la 7 ème année consécutive, afin de promouvoir la mobilité des étudiants de toute l’Europe en leur proposant une série d’offres de vols exclusives, en leur faisant bénéficier de réductions intéressantes et en leur permettant de voyager avec un bagage gratuit. Alors que Ryanair continue de croître et d’investir en Europe, nous sommes ravis de soutenir le programme phare de l’Union Européenne, Erasmus, et les incroyables opportunités offertes à ses membres étudiants. »
La présidente d’ESN, Rita Dias, et le trésorier d’ESN, Ayberk Yavuz, ont déclaré :
« La poursuite du partenariat entre Ryanair et ESN constitue une étape importante dans l’engagement d’ESN à rendre la mobilité plus inclusive et plus abordable pour les étudiants à travers l’Europe. Le manque de moyens financiers et l’incertitude quant aux coûts supplémentaires ont été signalés comme l’un des principaux obstacles à la participation à la mobilité à des fins d’apprentissage, ce qui a souvent un impact sur la qualité globale de l’expérience des étudiants.
ESN reconnaît la valeur du partenariat avec Ryanair pour lever l’un des principaux obstacles rencontrés par les étudiants. De nombreux étudiants ont rencontré des difficultés lorsqu’ils ont décidé d’entreprendre un programme d’échange à l’étranger en raison d’une combinaison de facteurs géographiques et de contraintes financières. Notre partenariat avec Ryanair permet d’alléger ces contraintes, notamment en leur permettant d’emporter avec eux un bagage gratuit et en leur proposant des billets d’avion à prix réduit. Cela peut améliorer l’expérience d’échange des étudiants et avoir un impact positif sur les économies locales des communautés d’accueil.
La participation au programme Erasmus est un facteur clé de l’épanouissement personnel et professionnel des jeunes. Veiller à ce que cette opportunité soit accessible à un large éventail d’étudiants est essentiel pour l’avenir de l’Europe. Nous remercions Ryanair pour son engagement continu envers le réseau d’étudiants Erasmus et pour avoir facilité ces opportunités. »
Ryanair launches prague – paphos & kosice routes.
Ryanair, Europe’s No.1 airline, today (1st August) celebrated the first flight from Prague to Paphos, while on Monday (3rd August) it will launch a twice weekly service to Kosice, both as part of its extended Summer 2020 schedule.
To celebrate its new routes, Ryanair has launched a seat sale with fares from 729 Kc for travel to Kosice and from 759 Kc to Paphos, both until the end of October, which must be booked by Wednesday (5th August), only on the Ryanair.com website.
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Ryanair criticises government plan to crack down on airlines’ add-on fees
Rishi Sunak will address a lack of transparency in how extra charges are presented
Ryanair has criticised Rishi Sunak’s plan to crack down on “hidden” airline fees .
The Government is preparing to unveil plans to tackle “drip pricing” – where airlines advertise a low price that excludes seat reservations and luggage – in the King’s Speech on Tuesday .
This is not expected to involve a ban on the extra charges themselves but rather how the charges are presented to customers.
But Ryanair on Monday warned the Prime Minister against interfering in pricing practices, while experts questioned how the reforms could be practically implemented.
Neil Sorahan, the low-cost airline’s finance chief, said: “It’s wrong, first and foremost, to get involved in the pricing strategies of any business, regardless of what sector it’s in.
“If you look at the ancillary products, they’re all discretionary spending.
“I think it’s better if governments stay out of pricing strategies and let supply and demand figure out which way that’s going to go.”
Low-cost airlines including Ryanair and easyJet have gradually monetised a plethora of so-called add-ons that used to be included in standard air fares, from the ability to choose two neighbouring seats to being allowed to stow luggage in overhead lockers.
Advocates argue this has helped the carriers to keep air fares low, with passengers able to choose a no-frills experience that saves them money.
However, consumer groups say the ways in which the charges are levied frequently lack transparency and force people who need to travel together, such as parents with young children, to pay exorbitant sums.
Ryanair has long been criticised for such tactics, and The Telegraph revealed earlier this year that the airline had raked in £18bn from add-on fees over the past decade.
Mr Sorahan said this revenue had jumped because “people’s habits changed throughout Covid and they became more aware of where they wanted to sit and who was first on the aircraft”.
Michael O’Leary, Ryanair’s boss, has also argued that the fees are “optional and avoidable”.
But airline fees can add significant sums to a holiday’s cost, particularly when passengers want to reserve a seat or take a larger carry-on bag.
For example, a flight from London to Alicante on Sunday May 12 next year, the cheapest Ryanair flight – from Luton – costs £48.99 on its own.
But adding a seat reservation and larger cabin bag adds at least £9.50 and £17 respectively, bringing the total to £75.49.
The Government is not expected to ban these fees outright but may change how they are presented to consumers during the purchase of air fares, a source told the Mail on Sunday.
However, Alex Paterson, a transport analyst at Peel Hunt, warned that changing the way airlines are forced to present fees also ran the risk of making things more confusing.
He said: “At the moment, passengers can choose what they need and what they do not need in a menu fashion.
“The problem with this idea is going to be guessing what most people want to see included in the price. Do you make it so that the results for all airlines now show the price including checked-in luggage, for example?
“The current system of starting with the smallest fare and adding things on feels like an intuitively good way of doing it.
“If you go the other way, where you start with everything and take off what you don’t need, you could see a situation where people forget to remove something and then pay more than they need to.”
Consumer groups on Monday broadly welcomed the proposals, however.
Rocio Concha, director of policy and advocacy at Which?, said: “Drip pricing is a big problem, including in the travel industry , with some airlines hitting passengers with add on charges for basic extras, such as reserving seats.
“These fees can be added late into the buying process, making it more likely that consumers will accept them and harder to compare prices.
“News that the Government is reviewing these unfair practices and looking to introduce additional measures to tackle drip pricing in the King’s Speech on Tuesday is positive.
“To help consumers make informed choices, all mandatory charges must be included in the upfront price and firms must make clear any extra optional fees at the start of the process.”
- Ryanair PLC,
- Rishi Sunak,
- Consumer Affairs,
- Transport and industry
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