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Information about free Ryanair baggage limits:
|Airline’s Name||Free Cabin baggage limits||Free Checked baggage limits|
55 x 40 x 20 cm, 10kg
one smaller item 35 x 20 x 20 cm.
First Class – 10 kilos
/Business Class – 20 kg
To know more about Ryanair baggage fees and allowances: https://www.ryanair.com/gb/en/useful-info/help-centre/terms-and-conditions/termsandconditionsar_696869348
More detailed information about Ryanair baggage allowance and fees below:
Ryanair allows passengers to carry one larger item of cabin baggage, with maximum dimensions of 55 x 40 x 20 cm, and which is not heavier than 10 kg, plus one smaller item up to 35 x 20 x 20 cm.
If travelling with an infant (23 months and under) seated on your lap, you may also carry a baby bag up to 5kg in weight. There is no separate baggage allowance for the infant.
It is important to note that Ryanair aircraft can only accommodate 90 cabin bags. Once this limit has been reached, any additional bags will be placed in the hold free of charge. The bags of passengers with Priority Boarding will not be required to go in the hold, unless strictly necessary.
You may carry a small musical instrument, such as a cello, guitar or violin, on board with you if you purchase an extra seat for the item.
Ryanair allows passengers to check up to two bags. These can be either 15 kg or 20 kg in weight. The required weight can be selected during booking.
The fee for a 15 kg bag ranges from £15 in low season to £25 in high season* per bag, one way. For a20 kg bag the fee ranges from £25 to £35.
Higher baggage fees apply on all flights on international routes to the Canary Islands and all international Greek routes. For a 15 kg bag these stand at £20 in low season, and £35 in high season. For a 20 kg bag these are £30 and £45.
Business Plus customers may check a 20 kg bag free of charge.These are the fees charged when selecting bags at initial booking.
If bags are added using the Manage My Booking facility, the higher baggage fees apply.
If adding bags via telephone or at the airport, the fees increase to £30 (low season) and £50 (high season) (or £40 and £70 for international routes to the Canary Islands and Greece) for a 15 kg bag, and £40 – £55 (or £45 and £75 for international routes to the Canary Islands and Greece) for a 20 kgbag.
Sporting or musical equipment such as golf clubs, bikes, snowboards, skis and large musical instruments may be checked into the hold in addition to other checked baggage, as long as each item does not exceed 20 kg (or 30 kg for bikes). The fee for this is £50 per large sports item, one way, or £60 if paid via the telephone or at the airport. Prices varying according to item. For example, ski equipment costs £40 to check in, if paid online.