Going travelling soon? Ryanair will be charging customers for carry-on luggage from tomorrow

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Going travelling soon? Ryanair will be charging customers for carry-on luggage from tomorrow
9:46 Sunday 14th of January 2018

Passengers travelling with Ryanair will have to pay a fee if they wish to bring carry-on luggage onto their flight from tomorrow onwards following a change to the company's policy.

A €5 fee will be charged to those who wish to bring their carry-on luggage on board and store it in the overhead locker as usual, while those who opt not to pay that fee will have to put their luggage in hold under the aircraft.

It is being introduced to decrease delays in boarding and to improve departure times according to Ryanair, who have finally brought in the policy after it was originally set to launch in November.

Ryanair spokesman Kenny Jacobs has said that all customers travelling from Monday onwards have been notified of the changes.

He added: “This new policy is centred around lower checked bag fees and bigger bag allowances and we have notified by email all our customers travelling from Monday.”

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