Ryanair delays introduction of new cabin bag rules

Irish budget carrier Ryanair is to delay introducing its new cabin bag policy until January 15, 2018 "to give customers more time to get used to the move," it says.
From that time, only customers who pay GBP5-GBP6 extra for priority boarding will be allowed to take two carry-on bags on to the plane, with all other passengers restricted to one smaller carry-on bag and a second, bigger bag in the hold free of charge at the boarding gate.
 
Ryanair has already reduced its fee for checking in bags from GBP35 to GBP25 and increased its baggage allowance from 15kg to 20kg.

 

Ryanair delays introduction of new cabin bag rules

Irish budget carrier Ryanair is to delay introducing its new cabin bag policy until January 15, 2018 "to give customers more time to get used to the move," it says.
From that time, only customers who pay GBP5-GBP6 extra for priority boarding will be allowed to take two carry-on bags on to the plane, with all other passengers restricted to one smaller carry-on bag and a second, bigger bag in the hold free of charge at the boarding gate.
 
Ryanair has already reduced its fee for checking in bags from GBP35 to GBP25 and increased its baggage allowance from 15kg to 20kg.