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About Ryanair

Ryanair is an Irish low-cost carrier airline which is headquartered in Swords, Dublin and is one of the largest airlines in Europe. Ryanair flies to many destinations including Agadir, Tangier, Rabat, Fes, Marrakech, Linz, Sofia, Brno, Aarhus, Billund, Copenhagen, Bergerac, Biarritz, Brest, Dole, Figari, Berlin, Dortmund, Hahn, Hamburg, Athens, Cork, Dublin, Kerry and many others. 

The airline operates more than 1,800 daily flights from 81 bases, connecting 200 destinations in 31 countries on a fleet of over 300 Boeing 737 aircraft. Ryanair has orders for a further 380 new Boeing 737 aircraft, which will enable the airline to lower fares and grow traffic from 105m this year to 180m p.a. in FY24. 

Ryanair has been characterised by its rapid expansion, a result of the deregulation of the aviation industry in Europe in 1997 and the success of its low-cost business model. Ryanair's route network serves 32 countries in Europe, Africa (Morocco), and the Middle East. 

Ryanair has three subsidiary airlines, Ryanair Sun, Laudamotion and — launching in 2019 — Ryanair UK.


Ryanair Class Fares

Ryanair offers Business Plus fare which includes premium seats and priority boarding whereby passengers are allocated a seat and allowed to board and disembark first.

Ryanair offers passengers the option to change flight times, destination or even departure airport at no extra cost on the day of travel. They have the largest network operating to 200 destinations across 31 countries with 1,800 daily routes offering high frequency departures on key business routes.


Ryanair Destinations

Ryanair flies to a number of destinations such as Belfast (BFS), London (LGW, STN), Birmingham, East Midlands, Liverpool, Manchester, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Barcelona (BCN), Malaga, Rome (CIA, FCO), Milan (BGY), Brussels (CRL, BRU), Athens, Budapest, Stockholm (NYO), Frankfurt (HHN), Cologne, Hamburg, Stuttgart, Warsaw (WMI), Eindhoven, Faro, Lisbon, Porto, Belfast, Palermo, Amman, Pescara, Brest, Valencia, Tel Aviv, Lviv, Alicante, Ouarzazate, Bratislava, Nuremberg, Budapest, Banja Luka, Kiev, Paphos, Aqba, Athens and more.



Ryanair Baggage

Carry-on Baggage

From November 2018, passengers on Ryanair flights are allowed one small carry-on bag that must fit under their seats. This bag must fit between the dimensions of 35 x 20 x 20 cm—40 x 20 x 25cm. Passengers wanting to bring a small suitcase must purchase the 10kg checked bag. This baggage can weigh no heavier than 10kg and is between £8—£10 depending on whether it's purchased online at the time of booking or after the time of booking, but 40 minutes prior the scheduled flight departure time. The 10kg bag is also available to purchase at the airport, but it will be considerably more expensive than booking it online prior to arriving at the airport.

Checked Baggage

Passengers on Ryanair flights can purchase a maximum of three checked bags at 20kg per piece of baggage.  


Ryanair In-flight Entertainment

Ryanair does not currently offer in-flight entertainment on its flights.


Ryanair does not currently offer TV shows on its flights.


Ryanair does not currently offer movies on its flights.



Ryanair Food

Ryanair Meal Options

Ryanair offer passengers travelling on selected flights to pre-order meals before flying. The meal options available for these flights are kids meals, standard adult meal, vegetarian meal, afternoon tea, cheeseboard and fresh breakfast. These meals must be pre-ordered no later than 48 hours before scheduled departure time.

In addition, passengers can also purchase food onboard. The menu is in the inflight magazine, and includes meals such as Chicken Tikka Masala curry or Lasagne, but also lighter meals or lunches such as Paninis, Croque Monsieur, Sandwiches and Burritos and snacks such as crisps, chocolate and croissants.


Ryanair Special Dietary Requirements

Ryanair do not provide specific special religious, dietary or medical meals on their flights. Choose from their inflight menu items which may suit your dietary needs, or contact the airline directly for more information.


Ryanair Drinks & Alcohol

Ryanair allows passengers to purchase a range of alcoholic, including a full range of beers, wines and spirits, and nonalcoholic beverages including both hot and cold drinks. These are all available from Ryanair's inflight menu, in their onboard magazine.



Ryanair Seat Selection

Alternative Airlines offer passengers the choice to select a seat with Ryanair flights. When booking Ryanair flight tickets, passengers can view the available seats through an interactive seat map so that you can see types of seats and their locations so that you can choose your preferred seat before flying. Want to know how to book your Ryanair seat. Visit our how to book seats page. 


Ryanair Route Map

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Ryanair Popular Routes

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Ryanair Fleet

The Ryanair fleet includes 300 aircraft made up of Boeing 737-800 and Boeing 737-700 models.


Ryanair Main Airport

Ryanair is based in Dublin Airport, which is the main airport serving the city of Dublin, the capital of the Republic of Ireland. The airport has two runways and can handle nearly 22m passengers every year. Other airlines which fly to and from Dublin Airport include Aer Lingus, Aegean Airlines, Air Europa, Air Canada, Air Moldova, Air Transat, American Airlines, Blue Air, British AirwaysSunExpress, Transavia, United Airlines and many others.


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Ryanair News

23rd November 2018

Ryanair launches 45 new routes

Ryanair has increased its new route count to over 100 in the past two weeks by adding 45 new services. Only five of the new routes face competition from other airlines, as Ryanair continues to expand operations by flying to smaller and lesser-known airports. The shortest route added is from Krakow (Poland) to Lviv in Ukraine. The longest of the new routes is between Marrakech and Stockholm Skavsta.


27th June 2018

Ryanair's baggage allowance sets a trend in the low-cost carrier industry

Last January, Ryanair made the executive decision to charge passengers for the use of larger cabin luggage on their flights. This meant that RyanAir tickets would no longer include a carry-on bag in the cabin. However, "normal" cabin baggage will be able to be checked in for free. Only priority boarders are now allowed a small bag and a carry-on suitcase in the planes overhead lockers - and this comes at a price. The idea of this free service should help improve space in the cabin. And ease journeys for passengers. 


Now Wizz Air has decided to follow in Ryanair's footsteps by reducing their own baggage restrictions. The airline has made this decision in order to combat the lack of space in the cabin and as a way of improving boarding times. From now on, if passengers choose not to buy Wizz Priority, their bags will be placed into the cargo hold compartment of the aircraft and can be collected at the baggage belt in the arrival airport.