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# 376 : Wednesday 6-9-2017 @ 20:08
 
 
Don't get me started!!!
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# 377 : Wednesday 6-9-2017 @ 20:34
 
 
I think it's a great move.

People do love a good Ryanair rant though.
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# 378 : Wednesday 6-9-2017 @ 21:27
 
 
Oh yes we do.
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# 379 : Thursday 7-9-2017 @ 10:00
 
 
Seems fair enough to me.
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# 380 : Thursday 7-9-2017 @ 11:32
 
 
I don't have a problem with this surprisingly. I would rather pay the €5 for priorty boarding than worry about being a possible target of of the €50 charge at the boarding gate. I fly to the UK regulary with Ryanair and have only had to pay this fee twice though.
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# 381 : Thursday 7-9-2017 @ 12:49
 
 
Someone said :
I don't have a problem with this surprisingly. I would rather pay the €5 for priorty boarding than worry about being a possible target of of the €50 charge at the boarding gate. [...]

Technically the two are not linked: the €50 charge can still be slapped on you if they have a scale at boarding, as they sometimes do, especially in Spain, and you are over 10kg.
But it is true that if you have to check-in the 10kg luggage (for free if it is under 10kg and the required size), then it is more likely that they will spot that it is more than 10kg...

So those without priority boarding will not have to pay extra to check-in that "cabin" luggage as long as it is within the correct limits. The only difference is that they cannot bring that "cabin" luggage in the cabin.
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# 382 : Thursday 7-9-2017 @ 12:49
 
 
Someone said :
I don't have a problem with this surprisingly. I would rather pay the €5 for priorty boarding than worry about being a possible target of of the €50 charge at the boarding gate. [...]

Technically the two are not linked: the €50 charge can still be slapped on you if they have a scale at boarding, as they sometimes do, especially in Spain, and you are over 10kg.
But it is true that if you have to check-in the 10kg luggage (for free if it is under 10kg and the required size), then it is more likely that they will spot that it is more than 10kg...

So those without priority boarding will not have to pay extra to check-in that "cabin" luggage as long as it is within the correct limits. The only difference is that they cannot bring that "cabin" luggage in the cabin.
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# 383 : Thursday 7-9-2017 @ 16:53
 
 
this added to major increase in flights from Dublin though is making it more expensive
Flights to Brussels and Cologne went from 19,99 on average to 24,99
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# 384 : Thursday 7-9-2017 @ 22:13
 
 
Someone said :

Technically the two are not linked: the €50 charge can still be slapped on you if they have a scale at boarding, as they sometimes do, especially in Spain, and you are over 10kg.
But it is true that if you have to check-in the 10kg luggage (for free if it is under 10kg and the required size), then it is more likely that they will spot that it is more than 10kg...

So those without priority boarding will not have to pay extra to check-in that "cabin" luggage as long as it is within the correct limits. The only difference is that they cannot bring that "cabin" luggage in the cabin.

I didn't say the two were linked. I mentioned that I'd prefer to pay the €5 for priority boarding and not have to wait at the other airport for my bag. If I'm flying anywhere else around Europe with Ryanair then I am checking in a bigger bag.
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# 385 : Saturday 9-9-2017 @ 20:09
 
 
Someone said :

I didn't say the two were linked. I mentioned that I'd prefer to pay the €5 for priority boarding and not have to wait at the other airport for my bag. [...]

How will "wait[ing] at the other airport for [your] bag" make you at risk of being "a possible target [of] the €50 charge at the boarding gate"?
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# 386 : Sunday 10-9-2017 @ 11:31
 
 
If you check in as late as possible, you've a much higher chance of getting sat together in the exit seats.
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# 387 : Sunday 10-9-2017 @ 12:44
 
 
This year Ryanair admitted the middle seats area allocated to people who do not purchase seats as most people who purchased seats want the window or aisle seat. This explains while groups of two or more who do not purchase seats are not sitting together. Rynair allocated them the middle seats. Ryanair still calls this random selection!
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# 388 : Sunday 10-9-2017 @ 12:52
 
 
Someone said :

How will "wait[ing] at the other airport for [your] bag" make you at risk of being "a possible target [of] the €50 charge at the boarding gate"?

You're not making any sense as usual!!

The €50 charge applied to some passengers at the boarding gate when departing. Why would such a charge apply at baggage reclaim at the destination airport?


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# 389 : Monday 11-9-2017 @ 15:44
 
 
Someone said :

You're not making any sense as usual!!

The €50 charge applied to some passengers at the boarding gate when departing. Why would such a charge apply at baggage reclaim at the destination airport?

I was just quoting you...
To which you replied that you never said it, and that you "[...] mentioned that [you]'d prefer to pay the €5 for priority boarding and not have to wait at the other airport for [your] bag.".

Someone said :

I don't have a problem with this surprisingly. I would rather pay the €5 for priorty boarding than worry about being a possible target of of the €50 charge at the boarding gate. I fly to the UK regulary with Ryanair and have only had to pay this fee twice though.

Someone said :

I didn't say the two were linked. I mentioned that I'd prefer to pay the €5 for priority boarding and not have to wait at the other airport for my bag . If I'm flying anywhere else around Europe with Ryanair then I am checking in a bigger bag.

So if it does not make sense... that is probably why I questioned why you were linking the two...
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# 390 : Monday 11-9-2017 @ 17:26
 
 
So what are the dimensions of the new cabin bag restrictions? I've a flight for the first week of November but i don't want to pay extra.
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