Ryanair luggage policy

Question about ryanair (inside EU flight).
I always book a ticket with an extra on board bag to have some space but a friend of mine says that he always manages to travel with one bag bigger than the standard and they never check it.

I 4-5 flight I've taken with them so far they only measured mine once.

What's your take?
I wanna figure out if I can save 60€ off my next flight.

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  1. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    The only way you can get a bag through with these greedy fricks is if you have a backpack. They always check normal luggage, but I've never been asked to take off my backpack to get it checked

  2. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Had 2 flights with them this month, they checked both ways and got a few people each time. The first flight was full and they tagged those people's bags to throw in the hold, the attendant literally said "I have 100 people with priority here, there isn't any room for it" kek

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      well frick, I all my trips I've only ever seen them check once or twice.

      >I have 100 people with priority here, there isn't any room for it
      also this is not really a problem because when there's no space due to over booking they''l board the luggage in the hold for free (with priority ticket)

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        Not sure if they got orders to check more or what, out of 6 budget euro flights last year only 1 was ryanair and I only remember seeing a check once but I don't think it was the Ryanair one

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      oh, you're one of those people who take pictures like this...

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        problem?

        • 4 months ago
          Anonymous

          Yeah if I see u doing it again your phones getting smacked out ur hand

          • 4 months ago
            Anonymous

            Cope

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        Yeah if I see u doing it again your phones getting smacked out ur hand

        >sperging out on a Malaysian pottery forum over someone taking a photo of some tarmac

        What a wild Black personbrain thing to do. Relax you fricking aspie.

  3. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Hahahahahahahah

    Ex-Ryanair employee here. Also flew with Ryanair around 50 times (no joke) last year as a non-employee.

    Yes, they check. No, I’m not trying to israelite you out of money here.

    trust me, not worth the hassle or money to try and get away with it and get slapped with a hefty fee.

    If you want to carry more shit, I recommend getting a crossbody bag (a decent sized one but one that you can fit under a coat) and use that for all your smaller, flatter essentials. Say, liquids, chargers, souvenirs etc.

    Use your case strictly for clothing and learn how to pack well.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Ex-Ryanair employee here
      Pilot??

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      I bet you regret not staying and availing of a free rental house in Dublin.

  4. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    That logo knocked me sick. Used them a lot for travelling in my early 20s but it really is just absolute PUTRID tier travel.
    >never have jet bridges
    >make you stand like a bunch of c**ts at a commie breadline to wait to get on a bus to drive to ramp 5 miles away
    >stinking seats covered in chewing gum and piss
    >loud as FRICK announcements
    >attendants that all look busted as FRICK
    >no in flight amenities, entertainment, or ANYTHING
    >plastic micro-seats
    absolutely BRUTAL

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      >loud as FRICK announcements
      tfw you remove your noise cancelling headphones as you heard a glimpse of an announcement, to then find out hear that it's just another advert to sell you some perfume

  5. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    >What's your take?
    pay a bit more for a better airline. You'll end up saving money or time anyway.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      1 iq copy & paste reddit take
      Take the flight which is at the most convenient hours and airports for you because the differences are so minimal for a 1 or 2 hour flight anyway. All short haul Europe flights more or less have similar seat sizes and layouts, bottom of the barrel service by diversity hires and washed up 40 years old and so on

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        >muh reddit, rambling about 40 years old and so on
        >Take the flight which is at the most convenient hours and airports for you because
        so not ryanair, since they often use early flights or late ones where public transportation isn't available or non overpriced rentals aren't open

        >pay a bit more for a better airline

        Not possible in 95% of cases. Most of their routes have no competition and service/ground experience is almost the same with any other airline that has overlapping routes with Ryanair. Of the minority of routes where there is a 'better' airline available, the cost difference is almost never worth whatever tiny benefit there is (jetbridges? a tiny snack?)

        > tiny benefit there is (jetbridges? a tiny snack?)
        yeah, one coffee, normal timetables for flight and no landings with twice the usual speed is somethings more than enough. Ryanair is good for short tips with a small backpack. I get it's sometimes not possible, but if you have an alternative I'd rather pay 20-40 euro extra.

        • 4 months ago
          Anonymous

          This. I grew up out of the ryanair phase when I hit my 30s. Its just not worth it unless you're a low grade migrant worker travelling back to your slavic hovel to visit babushka or something.

        • 4 months ago
          Anonymous

          This. I grew up out of the ryanair phase when I hit my 30s. Its just not worth it unless you're a low grade migrant worker travelling back to your slavic hovel to visit babushka or something.

          What airports or routes are you flying on? My airport base is Edinburgh which is served by loads of flag carriers and tons of Ryanair destinations but no overlap, just other low cost carriers that also fly to the same Ryanair destinations. The only one I can think of is Aer Lingus also fly to Dublin but that's just 45 minutes in the air.

          • 4 months ago
            Anonymous

            Mostly athens to any of the island. You'll have Ryanair, Sky Express or Aegean being the "premium". And to central europe there is easyjet as the better alternative than ryanair.
            >Aer Lingus also fly to Dublin
            I just checked. So for June your either get ryanair for 34€ or Aer Lingus for 84€. But with Aer you'll land at 21:20, and with Ryanair you will land at 0:15, if you want the same baggage limits you'll have to add 25€ and that forced seat reservation you'll end up at 60€ with Ryanair. Plus if you want to go to Galway no bus would drive at that hour.

            • 4 months ago
              Anonymous

              There's 4 flights a day with Ryanair and only the late one is fairly unreasonable time. £30 flight, £13 for a 10kg bag = £43. Aer Lingus £75 with a 7kg bag, anything more is extra. Just not worth it.

            • 4 months ago
              Anonymous

              Why are you constructing a dumb argument on data that is easy to check? There are 4-5 Ryanair and 5-6 Aer Lingus flights per day from Edinburgh to Dublin in June. On many days there are £30 or £40 ryanair flights at all hours of the day, not just the slot that lands after midnight

          • 4 months ago
            Anonymous

            Last one I flew from Edinburgh was Edelweiss, and even that is such a massive step up from the flying Black person tube

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      >pay a bit more for a better airline

      Not possible in 95% of cases. Most of their routes have no competition and service/ground experience is almost the same with any other airline that has overlapping routes with Ryanair. Of the minority of routes where there is a 'better' airline available, the cost difference is almost never worth whatever tiny benefit there is (jetbridges? a tiny snack?)

  6. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    I mean you know they check bags sometimes and it’ll be expensive if your bag is too big

    They seem to check bags around 20% of the time, often enough for me to stick to regulation luggage. You might get lucky of course

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