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Ryanair to raise peak baggage fees.

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Ryanair to raise peak baggage fees.

This is certainly going to hit all those families that has to go away at peak times in the year.

http://tinyurl.com/ca3wug9

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1. Re: Ryanair to raise peak baggage fees.

This is the same Ryannair who only just recently were campaigning against the impending increase in APD then ? MO'L is such a hypocrite, but then we all knew that anyway right ?

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Used Ryanair for a Brussels to Edinburgh flight very recently and was shocked at the manner they do business.Even the safety brief was rushed through so the cabin crew could attempt to flog everything from a newspaper to a smokeless Fag!! This baggage fee is a further reminder that Ryanair is not for me!!!

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3. Re: Ryanair to raise peak baggage fees.

Someone started a thread on this last night. I typed a reply and when I pressed submit the thread had gone!!

Some of the charges in the Telegraph and the Mail don't seem to tally with this article, which seems to be saying that airport bag fees will rise from £35 to £60, not £105.

http://tinyurl.com/c9qegbo

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Typical of this airline just really i wonder how far they will go before people finally say enough is enough.They might be all right for a cheap weekend away but to expect anyone going say for a week or more to have only 10kg of luggage is a bit much With all there add ons speedy boarding sixty pounds to check in at the airport etc they really are the limit So all i can say not an airline i would every use.

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5. Re: Ryanair to raise peak baggage fees.

The £60 isn't to check in at the airport, they don't have check in desks. Checking in online and printing your boarding pass is mandatory. If you lose your boarding pass or can't print it for some reason, then they charge you a fee to reissue your boarding pass.

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6. Re: Ryanair to raise peak baggage fees.

Their new advertising slogan

Ryanair- the"not so low"fares airline

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7. Re: Ryanair to raise peak baggage fees.

Next thing they'll do is to charge you to use the toilet!

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8. Re: Ryanair to raise peak baggage fees.

Ah! They've already mentioned that!

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9. Re: Ryanair to raise peak baggage fees.

Was'nt that in all the news headlines last year that MOL was going to impliment £1 charge to use the onboard toilets to discourage Pax from using them !!!

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10. Re: Ryanair to raise peak baggage fees.

You've got to love anyone that thinks bad publicity is better than none at all!!