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Ryanair has 5 domestic destinations and 227 international destinations in 39 countries: Armenia, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Jordan, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Montenegro, Morocco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, and United Kingdom.

CountryCityAirportIATA code
United KingdomLondonLondon StanstedSTN
SpainMadridAdolfo Suárez Madrid–BarajasMAD
FranceParisBeauvais–TilléBVA

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Ryanair, an Irish low-cost carrier, is the largest airline in Europe. Book your Ryanair flight with Kiwi.com and visit one of their 200 destinations in over 40 countries. Ryanair is one of Europe’s greenest and cleanest airlines. They reduce their O₂ emissions by up to 50% compared to the other big four EU airlines. They carry around 154 million travelers per year and have more than 2,400 flights per day. The Ryanair team consists of over 19,000 highly skilled aviation professionals. The team delivers the best on-time performance in Europe, and they have an industry-leading 34-year safety record.

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Airline codeFR
Airport home baseDUB
Year foundedNovember 1984
Fleet size273
Aircraft typeBoeing 737-800
Destinations225

Ryanair baggage policy in 2020

All Ryanair passengers can take a free small personal item with them on the flight. And they can also buy up to 3 checked bags. The following items are allowed on Ryanair flights: liquids in containers of 100 ml or less, baby food and powdered milk, liquid medicine, ashes, and drones with batteries that don't exceed 160-watt hours. All liquids will be inspected by security. Ashes are permitted as cabin baggage but must be accompanied by a death and cremation certificate. These ashes must also be in a container that won't break easily with a screw-top lid.

All passengers may bring one small personal item such as a handbag, laptop bag, or small backpack for free. Maximum dimensions: 40 x 20 x 25 cm. Maximum weight 10 kg.

Passengers have the option to purchase Priority Boarding, which includes a larger cabin bag. The first bag is the personal item, and the second bag will be stored in the overhead compartment. Maximum dimensions: 55 x 40 x 20 cm. Maximum weight: 10 kg.

Up to 3 checked-in bags are allowed for Ryanair passengers. Maximum dimensions: 81 x 119 x 119 cm. Maximum weight: 32 kg.

Frequently asked questions

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Who owns Ryanair?

Ryanair is part of Ryanair Holdings plc and the Chief Executive Officer of Ryanair is Michael Kevin O'Leary.

What is the status regarding flight change fees?

All bookings from July to September will not have a flight-change fee. You can move your flight date from now until December 31, 2020 free of charge. Fare differences still apply to all flights.

What are the rules regarding quarantine?

Travel restrictions change frequently, so it is the ultimate responsibility of passengers to stay up-to-date with each country's quarantine rules and travel restrictions.

What is Ryanair Priority Boarding?

Priority & 2 Cabin Bags is an excellent benefit for travelers in a hurry with more baggage needs. Firstly, you can join the priority queue at the gate. And secondly, you get more baggage, including a small personal item (40 x 20 x 25cm) and a 10k g cabin bag (55 x 40 x 20cm).

What type of planes does Ryanair use?

Ryanair has a fleet size of 273 aircraft excluding subsidiaries and 469 aircraft including subsidiaries. They have more than 300 Boeing 737-800 aircraft and one 737-700 that is used as a charter aircraft, backup aircraft, and for pilot training.

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