Ryanair Flights

As Europe’s only ultra low cost carrier, Ryanair has been the largest European airline by scheduled passengers carried serving 28 countries in Europe and also Morocco. Established in 1984, Ryanair has expanded from a small-scale airline to its current size in such a short time span due to its fuss-free, no-frills and low-cost business model that was has been well received by many travellers. New Ryanair aircraft have been delivered with non-reclining seats, no seat-back pockets, safety cards stuck on the back of the seats, and life jackets stowed overhead rather than under the seat allowing the airline to save on aircraft costs and enabling faster cleaning and safety checks during the short turnaround times.

Ryanair traditionally prefers to fly to smaller or secondary airports usually outside major cities to help the company benefit from lower landing fees and quick turnaround times in order to reduce costs. Therefore, if you are looking for a less popular destination, be sure to check out the list of destinations flown by Ryanair and you may just find your perfect getaway location.

Plan a trip with Ryanair either on its website or its free mobile application. Other than just flights, the website also allows you to book your hotels, rent cars and plan your itinerary all on the same platform. The aesthetically and comprehensively designed website guides you step-by-step on booking your flights, and the degree of customisation such as checked baggage, seats, ground transportation, insurance and so forth may all be decided at the same time.

Why fly with Ryanair

How to Check In

Check in online between 30 days and 4 hours before your flight. If you are flying twice with Ryanair within 15 days of each other, you can check in for both flights at the same time. You can print your boarding pass up to 2 hours before your scheduled flight. If you forget to bring your boarding pass, you’ll have to pay a boarding card re-issue fee of 70 euros.

Baggage allowance

Checked baggage have a limit of 35kg with charges starting as low as GBP25. Otherwise, if you have only few things to bring with you on the trip, an allowance of 10kg is allowed for cabin baggage that is to be stored either under your seat or in the overhead compartments. The good thing about having no checked baggage is that you will be able to check in online and proceed directly to immigration with your printed boarding pass, skipping the long queues at the airport check-in counter.


If you are feeling hungry, either purchase food on board the aircraft or bring your own meals!


Standard seats on the Boeing 737-800 aircraft have a seat pitch of 30 inches for Economy and 32-34 inches for Premium class. Seats can be reserved for a fee.


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