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O/T: Flying Ryanair to Dublin/Galway (or anywhere)?
iBozz (IP Logged)
04 January, 2019 09:15
In November, Ryanair introduced a smaller free cabin baggage allowance (40x20x25cms) which, you will note, is now generously large enough to carry one small folding toothbrush and a squashed gnat.

When I looked in November such cases were only available from purveyors of dollís house furniture, etc, but the market seems to be catching up.

If you need such a cabin case for the Connacht game, or any other Ryanair destination, then the cheapest that I have found (currently on offer from Amazon) costs only £9.99, almost a disposable item!

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5 Cities 35x20x20 Maximum Ryanair Cabin Hand Luggage Holdall Flight Bag



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Re: O/T: Flying Ryanair to Dublin/Galway (or anywhere)?
Irish_Shark (IP Logged)
04 January, 2019 14:27
I paid the extra for priority boarding which allows an extra cabin bag the last time I flew Ryanair. Any smaller backpack that can fit under the seat should be fine if you're there for only a short while.

 
Re: O/T: Flying Ryanair to Dublin/Galway (or anywhere)?
Chris1850 (IP Logged)
04 January, 2019 15:34
Quote:
Irish_Shark
Any smaller backpack that can fit under the seat should be fine if you're there for only a short while.

As opposed to staying on the plane for the entire flight.........??!!

 
Re: O/T: Flying Ryanair to Dublin/Galway (or anywhere)?
Irish_Shark (IP Logged)
04 January, 2019 17:43
Quote:
Chris1850
Quote:
Irish_Shark
Any smaller backpack that can fit under the seat should be fine if you're there for only a short while.

As opposed to staying on the plane for the entire flight.........??!!

There = Galway

 
Re: O/T: Flying Ryanair to Dublin/Galway (or anywhere)?
brilin (IP Logged)
05 January, 2019 08:37
Ridiculously, it is now cheaper to pay for Priority Boarding and take 2 bags on board than to take a small case which you have to put in the hold. Flew to Poland in December and almost half the plane were on priority boarding. This new poorly thought out policy is going to come back to haunt Ryanair. I have for many years used Ryanair as my airline of choice when flying around Europe. After the last lot of changes I have now gone over to Easy Jet where possible. Much simpler system.



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