Ryanair's New Bag Policy Explained
What are Ryanair's new rules for hand luggage?
Low-cost airline Ryanair has updated its cabin bag policy for the second time this year and travellers will only be allowed to carry one small personal bag on board for free from 1 November 2019.
The new rule means passengers’ cabin bags must fit under the seat in front of them and beno larger than 40 x 20 x 25cm.
Small wheeled suitcases and other bags that are larger than a handbag or laptop bag will need to be dropped at the check-in desk from now on.
So, how can I travel lightly and not be charged £25 for 20kg hold luggage?
Ryanair has introduced a new 10kg check-in bag policy which means you can pay £8 to drop a small wheeled case at the check-in desk, which goes in the hold. It goes up to £10 if you don’t purchase the ‘Check-in Bag’ while booking your flight and the charges increase if you try to buy at the airport.
Video: Ryanair hand luggage update August 2018
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