The Crafty Traveller: What a carry-on... airline bag fee chaos soars to new heights



For a number of years, Ryanair has allowed passengers to take two carry-on bags into the cabin.
This relatively generous allowance has created a rod for the airline’s own back. When flights are full or nearly full – as is usually the case – there is insufficient space for all the hand luggage. 
The airline’s planes have 189 seats, but room in the cabin for only 90 large bags.
So some bags have to be put in the hold, a process that slows down boarding and aircraft turnaround times, contributing to flight delays.
Hence the new rules that Ryanair is about to introduce. From January 15, only... read more

 
8 January 2018 in Travel, Views: 47
Source: Daily Mail
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