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Ryanair Moving To Online Check-In Only for bookings Made From Wednesday 20th May onwards

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Scrapping the £10 airport check in charge Adding a £5 online check in charge "Ryanair to begin move to web-only check-in Wednesday, 13 May 2009 Ryanair has confirmed it will move to we…
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
Scrapping the £10 airport check in charge

Adding a £5 online check in charge



"Ryanair to begin move to web-only check-in

Wednesday, 13 May 2009

Ryanair has confirmed it will move to web-only check-in for all new bookings from this day next week.

The move is part of the airline's plan to completely phase out physical check-in desks by October.

From next Wednesday, anyone who books a flight will have to check in online and will be unable to do so in the airport itself ".

http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/breaking-news/ireland/business/ryanair-to-begin-move-to-webonly-checkin-14300200.html
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
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#2
so what do you do about your suit cases?
#3
lastlaststar
so what do you do about your suit cases?


Wife will be happy, she always starts with 50kg before I ditch 20 pairs of shoes, rollers, straighteners, h dryer etc ... to get it down to the max kg allowance

no need to worry now lol :p

Serious note though... your still going to have to check in the same way, must admit Ive always defended Ryanair in the posted deals, might think twice about doing so now !
#4
Well it was good whilst it lasted.... no more 1p, £1 or any other flight less than £5 each way from next week then. I have booked flights previously not being sure I will go on them but for 2 people, with the minimum charge being £20 return you have to think about doing this now.
#5
lastlaststar
so what do you do about your suit cases?


+1
#6
you check in online then drop your bags off at drop off point in the airport, if anyone has already done this can they fill us in with how it went?
#7
At the moment:- Depending on what airport you are flying from, it will either be one of Ryanair's Bag Drop desks (they are gradually replacing the check in desks), where you just need to present your boarding pass and ID, or if this hasn't been rolled out fully yet at your departure airport, go to the appropriate check in desk(s) for your destination.

When the bag drop desks have been fully introduced, just take your boarding pass & ID to the bag drop desk and it's just like normal check in.

At Stansted the bag drop was fine, although it was murder at 04:00 in the morning, but that's what STN is like at that time.
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emasu
At the moment:- Depending on what airport you are flying from, it will either be one of Ryanair's Bag Drop desks (they are gradually replacing the check in desks), where you just need to present your boarding pass and ID, or if this hasn't been rolled out fully yet at your departure airport, go to the appropriate check in desk(s) for your destination.

When the bag drop desks have been fully introduced, just take your boarding pass & ID to the bag drop desk and it's just like normal check in.

At Stansted the bag drop was fine, although it was murder at 04:00 in the morning, but that's what STN is like at that time.



there doesnt seem to be much difference than checking in? am I missing something? apart from the issuing of boarding cards online?

many thanks by the way
#9
So you now have no option but to pay an additional £5 for the total inconvenience to Ryanair of checking in??? Not to mention an additional £5 per flight for the other inconvenience to Ryanair of actually paying them, assuming you don't use Visa Electron?

So that's £10 per flight minimum to be paid in additional charges?

Don't think I'll bother in future.....
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Jodyann;5209377
there doesnt seem to be much difference than checking in? am I missing something? apart from the issuing of boarding cards online?

many thanks by the way


Correct, I think some people are getting confused at to what bag drop is - it's exactly the same process but you just print your boarding pass at home and take your hold luggage to one of the Ryanair desks.
#11
I'm travelling on a Ryanair next month - never had a problem with them (15+ flights - touch wood!!!). They are almost always cheaper than the competitors. Fair enough you need a Visa electron card when paying. I'm always looking forward to my final destination with a good book in hand when on the plane!!!

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