|Top route||London Gatwick to Dublin|
|Top airport||London Stansted|
The crew were professional to the tee, just right for the short flight between the two cities
People are not wearing masks and crew don’t care
Staff was helpful and nice. Spoke in italian as well as english
They did not Tool uș to TLV as We hâd to do Corona test
Landed early. Short trip. Cheap fare. Friendly staff.
Slow boarding process. Everything else was perfecto
The lights in the inside of the plane were like strobe lights, poor functioning.
Great on time flight
No where is written cheap flights must be bad! But i guess ground crew and cabin crew on this airline can not smile or be polite. Even a simple tea was served with no sugar or napkins. Had to ask for it after. For comfort you know what you expecting so that was actually ok. But crews behaviour from the ground to cabin was really unwelcoming. I FELT LIKE I WAS DISTURBING THEM! Plus one big NO to them is no priority for families. EasyJet is an affordable airline too but they have humanity and a great customer care. For me traveling with baby i need priority. A lady held her baby for 30 minutes standing in the Q. Thats wrong! After priority they can invite families and that cost nothing for them but showing that they care about their customers! IF THEY DO!
Better entertainment opinions
Smooth and on time. All perfect!
Crowded and slow and hot and uncomfortable. The Ryanair experience
Very strange boarding, long wait on foot after the gate.
more than 1 hour delay for a technical problem found after boarding ended.
It was fine. No complaints.
The announcements in Bologna are very bad. We almost missed our flight. But the ground crew was very nice and helpful!
Stricter on passengers wearing masks over their nose. One stewardess was the only one to enforce it.
Disembarkation at Seville airport was in a part of the airport distant from the main facility. We used stairs to leave the plane then had a very long walk to the luggage area and Covid monitors. They could do much better.
Price for value is good!
Slight delay at Malaga
Pros: Patricia, our flight attendant, was kind and accommodating. Props to her!
Cons: Ryanair operations at Bordeaux Airport is extremely poor. I arrived 2.5 hours early and still stood in line to check in for an hour because two flights were checking bags with TWO EMPLOYEES! It's 120+ people, and they needed more people working! The flight leaving 20 minutes ahead of us was still checking people in 30 minutes from their departure time, so truly this was on whoever is managing this airline at this airport. I will never fly with RyanAir again.
Quick and easy boarding. Pleasant personnel and easily available food and drink. What’s not to like.
Arrived early at destination😎
No queue at Arrecife check in.
Flight was on time. But it is often with Ryanair the loud communication about offers woke me up twice. On such early fight when passengers usually want to take some rest the loud information about current offers is not very welcomed.
1hr delay waiting on the tarmac. Very crowded boarding process.
Due to Covid-19 checks and paperwork and not being in the EU anyone directions could have been clearer, I saw people who were very nervous and panicky.
We didn’t buy anything to eat and there was no entertainment on a short flight. We planned for this and brought a book. Everything was fine. As expected.
On board Ryanair flights, cabin baggage should not exceed 55x40x20cm. If your hand luggage is bigger, the Ryanair assistance team will most likely ask you to pay extra for checked luggage.
Ryanair offers direct flights to 214 cities in 37 different countries. Dublin, London, and Birmingham are the most popular cities covered by Ryanair.
Ryanair concentrates most of its flight operations in London.
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Centering the majority of its network out of primary bases in London and Dublin, Ryanair flies to more than 35 countries. Principally focusing on an extensive list of routes within Europe, flights are also available to the Middle East and North Africa. The airline has in excess of 75 supplementary hubs.
Offering competitively priced fares, the low-cost carrier bases its operations on minimal amenities. Seat reservation, checked baggage and priority boarding are available with the Flexi Plus fare. Ryanair is able to schedule direct services through its expansive spread of hubs. The decision to use a point-to-point transit system is one of the main reasons it is able to keep operating costs low. Several subsidiaries sit underneath it, including Ryanair UK, Lauda, Malta Air and Ryanair Sun.
It operates an exclusively Boeing fleet, with preference for the 737-800 model. As one of the largest operators of the 737 series, there are more than 400 aircraft. The tails of the fleet are decorated with the company’s logo, a combination of a harp and flying angel. The cabins have been stripped back to allow as many seats as possible to fit, with a capacity of approximately 189 passengers.
All customers are seated within the singular Economy cabin on Ryanair flights; however, it is possible to upgrade and purchase a Premium Economy ticket. Located in both the middle section and front of the cabin, the seats have up to an additional 4 in of legroom from the standard 30 in. There are 51 Premium seats and 138 standard Economy spots.