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When you book Ryanair flights you will have the option of signing up for their loyalty program, Ryanair Choice. This program is a one-off, membership fee-driven program with a host of rewards that regular Ryanair flight users can benefit from. These include priority access to the cheapest air fares available, fast-tracking airport access, 24-hour advance notice of flights on sale, a free extra 10kg baggage allowance, assigned seating and much more. They also have Ryanair Plus, which is a reward package that can be updated on existing tickets for a one-off fee, as opposed to a membership fee. With Ryanair Plus you get extra baggage weight and reserved seat choice with your Ryanair reservation.
With Ryanair flights you have several options of baggage allowance, depending on whether you are going for a quick trip or a longer holiday. Bigger trips can have as many as three suitcases weighing up to 20kg, which will have to be checked into the check-in points as cargo. You will be allowed to carry a small bag that can fit under your seat such as a handbag or laptop bag and this will be included in your fare. If you need additional space on board for extra bags such as a kids bag or small wheely case, or you would prefer to just arrive at your destination and go, then you can consider buying extra space onboard for a small fee. This will give you 10kg extra to store in the overhead compartment.
Ryanair does not allow live animals to fly in the cabin or the cargo of any flights unless a registered and trained service animal with appropriate documentation. This applies to visually-impaired, sensory or psychiatrically-impaired flyers’ animals. Your animal will need to be restrained appropriately during the flight and the airline will need to be given prior notice. Certain flights to countries such as Morocco and Israel will not permit service animals on board at all. Ryanair does not cater for animals considered to be emotional support, however. It is always best to check with the airline if you have any questions regarding whether or not your animal qualifies to fly.
No, Ryanair has no scheduled flights out of London Heathrow. However, Ryanair does fly out of London All airports. There are also other airline options to choose from if you still want to book a flight from London Heathrow. British Airways, for example, is an airline that flies out of London Heathrow on a regular basis.
Ryanair flies 4,599 different routes (4,140 international and 459 domestic) on a yearly basis. You can find Ryanair flights to 36 different countries. Based on our data, London is the most popular domestic destination and flying to Dublin is the most popular international destination.
Rome Fiumicino, Dublin, and London Stansted are the most popular airports Ryanair uses on a routine basis throughout the year.
To check the flight status of Ryanair, you can give them a call at +44 1279358395 or visit their website at ryanair.com. Or, you can use our on-page Flight Tracker that provides you with real-time Ryanair flight information, including terminal and gate number, arrival and departure times, and flight status.
The cheapest domestic return Ryanair flight is from Warsaw Modlin to Szczecin Goleniow. This route is £5 per ticket and has 0 stops. Flying from Gothenburg Landvetter to Stockholm Arlanda is the cheapest one-way domestic flight with Ryanair. This flight costs £5 per ticket and has 0 stops.
Stockholm Arlanda to Gdansk Rebiechowo and back with 0 stops for £1 per ticket is the cheapest return international flight we could find from Ryanair. The cheapest Ryanair international flight we could find was flying from Oslo Sandefjord to Warsaw Modlin. This is a one-way flight for £1 and has 0 stops.
Flying with Ryanair does have some restrictions when it comes to baggage dimensions. If you choose to bring one, your checked bag should be 46x46x31in or smaller. Carry-on luggage must be 21x15x7in or smaller, and a personal item should be within 15x9x7in.