In its over thirty year history, Ryanair has grown from being a provincial Irish airline into one of the largest in Europe in terms of numbers of scheduled passengers carried, and one of the world's busiest airlines. Ryanair flies to around 200 airports in 33 countries across Europe and North Africa and with over 110 million passengers annually, it carries more passengers than any other airline. Those looking to save money on Ryanair flights will find all the best offers and discounts on their dedicated page at HotUKDeals. read more
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Despite O'Leary's outspoken reputation within the industry, the1,800 daily routes, a fleet of 340 Boeing 737-800s, over 110 million passengers annually and an unblemished safety record, no one can deny the success of Ryanair as an airline.
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Services Available at Ryanair.com
Finding flights and other services on ryanair.com couldn't be easier. On the homepage, there are three tabs; one for flights, one for hotels and one for car hire. Simply select the service you want, and type in the required information.
Business Plus – Flexibility on ticket changes, free airport check-in, security fast track, priority boarding and seat preference
The standard size for the cabin bag at Ryanair is 55 x 40 x 20cm while the smaller bag can measure up to 40 x 30 x 20cm.
Top Ten Ryanair Destinations
Top Ten Cities
Palma de Mallorca, Spain
Top Ten Countries
Sales and Deals at Ryanair.com
Throughout the year, Ryanair offers a whole host of discounts and promotions on flights to a variety of destinations. These are usually advertised quite vividly on the homepage, so it's worth checking it out from time to time if you're in search of a deal on your next getaway.
Ryanair has, for the last few years, been getting in on the action every November for the Black Friday and Cyber Monday weekend. In recent years they were offering bargains on flights to Europe. It looks certain that they'll be participating this year too. Only time will tell what Europe's busiest airline has in store, but it's definitely worth keeping track of Ryanair this Black Friday for great deals on flights.
Registering a myRyanair account
It's not necessary to be a registered user on Ryanair.com in order to buy flights, although signing up for a myRyanair account has many benefits, including:
Feedback option where you can tell Ryanair your flight preferences.
Tailored deals and offers to suit you.
A fast booking process due to securely saved payment details.
Subscribers are also automatically included in the myRyanair Rewards scheme, introduced in April 2016 and the first of its kind for the airline since Michael O'Leary become CEO in 1994. You can earn Rewards points by answering questionnaires and filling in certain information.
Payment Methods at Ryanair.com
Ryanair accepts a variety of payment methods including PayPal, American Express, Visa and MasterCard credit cards and Visa Connect, Visa Electron, Visa Delta and MasterCard Prepaid debit cards. Bear in mind a 2% booking fee is levied on payments made with credit cards, American Express, MasterCard Prepaid and PayPal.
Cancellations, Changes, and Refunds at Ryanair
Ryanair flights may be changed but not cancelled. If you need to make any changes to a Ryanair flight, there is a 24 hour grace period following the time of booking whereby you can correct any small errors such as dates, routes and spelling of names. After this time, it's still possible to make changes up to four hours before your flight is scheduled to depart, but this will incur a fee. The amount of the fee depends on a number of factors, which you can view here.
Making changes to your Ryanair flight using myRyanair is simple:
Log-in to your myRyanair account and click "Manage" at the top of the homepage.
Select the flight you wish to make changes to.
Click "Manage your trip".
In the pop-up menu simply select what you'd like to change and follow the on-screen instructions.
If you don't have a myRyanair account:
Click "Manage" on the website.
Select whether you'd like to search for your booking with your e-mail address, credit card number or flight details and click "Go".
Follow the same process from Step 2 in the above instructions.
Refunds on flights are only granted if your flight is either cancelled or delayed for more than three hours and you no longer wish to take it. If you wish to request a refund in these circumstances or read the small print of Ryanair's Refund Policy, see here.
While, if you miss your flight or you are unable to take it, there is no refund, however you are legally entitled to claim the tax back on it. Government tax refunds are subject to an administrative fee and if the amount of tax you'll get back is less than the fee, there will be no refund.
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Ryanair Social Media, Mobile App, and Blog
Like most major airlines, Ryanair has a large following on social media. If you're looking for bargains, discounts and deals on flights to Europe, it's definitely worth following their different channels.
Ryanair customers with smartphones can also download their mobile app. It's available for iOS and Android and downloading it allows you:
Fast, easy 3-step booking
Built-in boarding passes
Easy access to myRyanair
Live flight updates
You can also get the latest Ryanair news, browse travel articles and tips, as well get information about special offers and cheap flights on Ryanair's online blog, 'Into the Blue'.
Ryanair Contact Details
If you have a question for Ryanair, the first thing to do is search the topics via their online Help Centre. Many topics are covered here and you can save time and/or phone call charges by checking here before contacting Ryanair through other methods: