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New Ryanair baggage allowances from 1st November 2018
As of 1st November 2018, Ryanair changed check bag allowances. Even if you booked your post 1st November 2018 flight prior to this date, the new allowances will apply to you.
Non-priority customers will be permitted to bring into the cabin one free carry on bag.
This is a small bag, such as a handbag, backpack or laptop, and it must fit easily under the seat in front of you.
This bag cannot exceed the dimensions of 40 x 20 x 25cm.
Priority customers will be permitted to bring on board 2 free carry-on bags:
1 x 10kg wheelie bag (with maximum dimensions of 55 x 40 x 20cm) and 1 small bag (40 x 20 x 25cm).
Please note: customers must deposit their 10kg wheelie bag at the airport bag drop desk prior to entering security.
Each passenger can purchase up to 3 checked bags of 20 kilos.
Ryanair has a page of hand luggage options for those who want to purchase a bag which will be an accepted size on a Ryanair flight.
We advise you to always check the airline’s website for the most up-to-date information: Ryanair.