Passengers now have to pay between £6 and £10 to get priority boarding, which is now the only way you can take a 10kg wheelie bag into the cabin – previously there was a flat fee of £6. And checking your 10kg bag into the hold will now set you back between £10 and £12, up from £8.
Since last November, Ryanair customers have only been allowed to take one handbag-sized bag into the cabin with them for free, after the airline changed its baggage policy for the second time in a year.
The change comes as Ryanair continues to face criticism from passengers who claim they’ve been unfairly charged name-change fees for incorrect surnames on their bookings despite them having correctly entered their details. MoneySavingExpert.com founder Martin Lewis today called on Ryanair to refund affected passengers.
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