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Ryanair About Ryanair

Ryanair is a low-cost airline with headquarters in Dublin Airport which started its operation as a small Irish airline in 1985 by the Ryan family. Its first route was Waterford – London. In 1986, Ryanair added a second route and by 1995 Rynair had been carrying 2.25 million passengers to numerous destinations. Revenues in 1998 reached 231 million euro. In May 2020, the fleet consisted of 275 Boeing 737-800s with an average age of 11.4 years. Together with airlines such as easyJet or Vueling, Ryanair is a member of the European Low Fares Airline Association, which represents the interests of low-cost airlines. With the exception of Morocco and Israel, the airline’s destinations are in Europe.

Ryanair is targeting the transport of 200 million passengers by 2024. Ryanair prefers to fly to airports in the EU because negotiations between companies and an airport are easier in this area. An expensive airport is only approached when the occupancy rate is expected to be high.

The airline is not a member of an aviation alliance, nor is there a frequent flyer program. The low-cost airline logo consists of a yellow harp and white RYANAIR lettering to the right of it, both on a dark blue background. The media world was attracted by the suggestions of Michael O’Leary, the chairman of the Low Cost Airline, to introduce toilet use fees and standing room. Ryanair can boast that it is one of the most punctual airlines in Europe and has held the safety record since the company was founded. To be able to offer cheap flights for the masses is one of the merits of the low cost airline.

Lauda, Buzz, Ryanair UK, Malta Air are subsidiaries.

Ryanair Hub Airports

Cork Airport
Dublin Airport
Shannon Airport

Ryanair Classes of Service

Ryanair has a single class of service as it operates a traditional low-cost model. All passengers, except infants, have a hand baggage allowance of 1 free piece of cabin luggage.


The airline is flying more than 40 countries. Some of the countries that fly internationally; Armenia, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Jordan, Latvia, Lebanon, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta Montenegro, Morocco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom

Important Milestones

In 1986 Ryanair starts the first fare war in Europe. With two routes in operation, Ryanair carries 82,000 passengers in its first full year in operation.
In 1990 Ryanair offers the lowest fares in every market.
In 1993 Ryanair launches its first new route for 5 years with daily flights from Dublin to Birmingham.
Ryanair is named the most popular airline on the web for 2003 by Google.
In June 2009, Ryanair reported their first annual loss, with a loss posted of €169 million for the financial year ending 31 March.

Ryanair Check-in

Online Check-in

Looking at the number of passengers, Ryanair is the largest airline in Europe. There is no question that Ryanair also uses online check-in, especially since it saves a lot of money, in the spirit of the airline. You can find the Ryanair online check-in at the airline website.

How does online check-in work?

The online check-in for Ryanair may be carried out either by phone or on the computer. To call up the booking of the outward flight, you need either the reservation number, the e-mail address or the flight details. Then you have the option to add your travel documents. In the next step you can have a seat assigned or you can buy one. The prices are between two and ten euros. Depending on which option was selected, check-in or the selection of seats is presented. If there is already a booking for the return flight, you can also complete the check-in. In the last step, the boarding pass is provided as a PDF, which is then printed out and handed in at the gate.

Online check-in services from Ryanair

Ryanair is known for a simple pricing policy: service costs. This way, passengers can buy a seat and then have the opportunity to check in online 30 days before departure. Passengers who do not do so can check in their aircraft seven days before departure. The last option is up to two hours before departure. There are additional services that can be booked during online check-in:

  • Travel insurance
  • Luggage to be checked in addition to hand luggage
  • Budget parking lot at the airport
  • Transfer from and / or to the airport
  • Sports equipment, musical instruments and toddler equipment that you want to take with you
  • Purchase of a Ryanair carry-on suitcase

Services are paid for by credit card. The passenger can choose between VISA, MasterCard and American Express. A free service is that the boarding pass can be reprinted up to two hours before departure if it is lost or the like.

Click the button below to check in online.

ONLINE CHECK-IN

Airport Check-in

To check in at the airport, check the closing times of the check-in counter on the Ryanair website. If you are not at the airport in time, you will not be able to board the plane and you will lose all your rights on the purchased flight ticket.

Ryanair Baggage Allowance

Carry-on baggage

Since Ryanair is a low-cost carrier, you can only take hand luggage with you. However, when booking, you should pay attention to the corresponding guidelines for the items that may be taken on board. A piece of hand luggage is allowed, laptops and other items must be stowed in it. The dimensions of the piece of luggage may not exceed 55 cm x 40 cm x 20 cm and the maximum weight is 10 kg. In addition, a small bag with the maximum dimensions of 35 x 20 x 20 cm can be taken into the cabin.




Checked baggage

Anyone wishing to check in luggage at Ryanair must pay fees from the very first piece of luggage. When booking online, these start at 15 euros for 15 kg and 25 euros for 20 kg, but vary depending on the season and flight, so you should always get the appropriate price information on the website. The same applies to airport baggage drop-off. In this context, the first piece of luggage currently costs around 30 to 75 euros depending on the weight and travel time. The second piece of luggage must be paid from 15 euros for the online task and from 30 euros for the airport task. However, only 15 kg is allowed as a total weight for the second piece of luggage. A fee of 10 euros is charged at the airport counter for each kilogram of excess baggage.

Other luggage

The fees for other baggage are usually higher than those for checked baggage. If the items of luggage exceed the following maximum weight limits, 10 euros per additional kilogram must also be paid for them, whereby the items do not exceed the maximum weight of 32 kg and the maximum dimensions of 81 cm (height) x 119 cm (width) x 119 cm (depth) allowed to. The maximum weight limit is 20 or 30 kg depending on the item of equipment. Heavy items cost an average of 40 euros when posted on the Internet and 50 euros at the counter at the airport.

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Ryanair Seat Selection

The airline offers passengers who want to reserve a seat, three options to choose from: seats with additional legroom and front seats from seven euros per flight and standard seats from three euros per flight. You can do this during online check-in within a period of 60 days before departure. Passengers who check in online 48 hours before departure are automatically assigned a free seat. As Ryanair attaches great importance to the fact that families can sit together, adults with a seat reservation as part of the “Always Getting Better” program receive free seats for up to four children under the age of twelve.

Ryanair Knee Distance

Because of the airlines who want to reduce the cost of flying more passengers, knee distance is very important especially on long haul flights. The front seats and emergency exit seats are the seats with the highest knee distance. It is generally sold for a fee.

Frequent Flyer Program

Do you often fly with Ryanair? What can you do with the miles you will earn from these flights? In which common programs can you use your miles?

Ryanair Food & Beverage

Economy Class

Ryanair is known for implementing the concept of a low-cost airline more consistently than almost any other competitor. Accordingly, on-board catering is subject to a surcharge. A bottle of mineral water, like coffee or tea, costs around three euros, soft drinks are available for two euros. Beer, wine and spirits are charged at around five euros. A sandwich or panini costs around five euros, while hot meals such as lasagne or sweet and sour chicken strips on rice cost around six euros. For dessert, for example, cakes or sweets are offered for two to three euros.

Passengers can rely on vegetarian options and child-friendly dishes, but there is no provision for pre-ordering special meals. Disposable dishes are always used for eating. On selected routes there is the option of ordering a non-vegetarian Irish breakfast up to 48 hours before departure, consisting of coffee, orange juice, sausages, bacon, bread, pudding, tomatoes and potato pancakes.

Premium Eco and general information on booking classes

In the meantime, Ryanair is advertising in addition to the Economy booking class with Plus, Flexi Plus and Family Plus. These higher-priced booking classes only offer advantages in terms of free baggage, rebooking, check-in and, under certain circumstances, legroom. They have no effect on the on-board catering. These Ryanair tariffs are therefore not comparable with the Premium Eco, Business or even First Class of classic airlines.

Things to know about on-board catering

The food and drink offered by Ryaniar is rated as acceptable by frequent flyers, but is comparatively expensive. The airline expressly allows its guests to consume provisions and non-alcoholic beverages they have brought with them during the flight. Those who rely on the on-board bistro can save money with combination offers. If you need special meals for medical, religious or other reasons, you should organize your own catering.

Ryanair Inflight Entertainment

Prior to the flight, Ryanair offers travelers priority boarding, by purchasing this service at the airport counter or online. On board, the company offers a wide choice of paid snacks (pizza, hot dog, cheeseburger, sandwiches …), but also hot or cold drinks, as well as an assortment of beers, wines and spirits, in sale at the bar. With the Family Extra option, young children benefit from a reduced rate. Among other things, the Business Plus option provides access to Premium seats.

Passengers can also read the in-flight magazine called the Ryanair Magazine.

Wi-Fi

Due to the short duration of Ryanair flights, the airline does not offer on-board entertainment or internet. Nevertheless, passengers can use electronic devices such as tablets, smartphones, e-readers and MP3 players in flight mode. Larger devices such as laptops may only be switched on once the seat belt sign has gone out.

Ryanair Pet Policy

Who wants to leave your best friend at home? On this page you will find the rules of traveling with your pet during your flight with Ryanair.

Please be sure to check with the airline before you travel, as the rules for transporting pets vary according to the airline.

Ryanair Lounge

There is a lounge at Stansted Airport.

Ryanair
IATA ICAO Callsign
FR RYR RYANAIR

Founded:1984
Country:Ireland
Hubs:DUB
Owner: Ryanair Holdings plc
Alliance:None
Frequent Flyer Program: None
Company slogan: Low fares, Made simple.

Number of Aircraft: 275
Destinations:  225
Average Age of Aircraft: 11.4
Type of Aircraft: Boeing
Detail of Fleet: Boeing 737-800

Head Office: Ryanair DAC, Dublin Office, Airside Business Park, Swords, Co. Dublin, Ireland
Phone Number: +353 1 248 0856, +448 7 124 6000 2
Fax Number: +353 1 812 1213
E-mail: 

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