Ryanair Baggage Limit 2018
European Holidays, Ryanair Baggage Limit 2018
Ryanair has stated that customers will not be able to carry on 2 pieces of baggage onto the cabin.
The no frills airline has said travellers who do not have priority boarding will have to place their 2nd bag in the hold free of charge at the main gate.
For larger bags Ryanair is dropping fees from £35 to £25 to urge holidaymakers to check in more baggage.
Ryanair stated that this will come into effect from November 2017 to ease up on delays after too many people carried on 2 bags on the plane.
Ryanair said recently it was its own fault and was due to them being too nice, subsequent to enabling travellers to bring on a 2nd bag for free.
With growing flight delays the Ryanair baggage limit had to change due to the abuse of their policy and customers taking on much larger bags than what was policy. This also leading to frustration from other passengers who would be waiting for up to 30 minutes to leave the plane whilst fellow passengers would be back and forth trying to locate all their luggage due to not enough space in the overhead compartments.
The new changes reported on Wednesday, Ryanair customers who do not have priority boarding will only be allowed to carry on one small bag on to the plane.
Also at the same time Ryanair is reducing checked bag fees and increasing the check in allowance from 15kg to 20kg.
Put plainly, as of November, Ryanair will not let you bring your mini suitcase with wheels onto the plane no more, unless you pay to be a priority boarder.
By changing the Ryanair baggage limit they can avoid delays and reduce costs which the end result means keeping prices for customers down, the only setback would be hanging around in the airport when you arrive at your destination waiting for your luggage to come of the plane.