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Ryan air

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Ryan air

Read you are now allowed 2 pieces of hand luggage

But only 90 items allowed in cabin will the rest be collected at baggage reclaim with all other luggage

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Yes, that's correct. Whether it's strictly enforced on every single flight is another question.

Arroyo de la Miel...
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The ground staff at the boarding gate, depending how full flight is, will walk down the queue asking if you would like your luggage going in the hold (at no extra cost)

They've written 90 cases/bags will go in the overhead cabins, but your luggage may fit in the seat in front. I personally haven't seen them actually count ninety bags, we are usually last on as well as we get assistance.

You can now take two bags on board, which covers hand luggage plus laptop if in another bag, or a carrier bag from the duty free shops. It does not mean two cases! One small case and handbag.

If you really do want your hand luggage close to you I'd advise being at the gate on time - earlier if possible.

We fly Ryanair frequently (due to price really), if you follow their rules/regulations you'll be fine.

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Get to the gate nice and early and it won't be an issue.

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On my recent ryanair flight it was the people at the front of the queue who were asked if they'd like their hand luggage to be put in the hold x

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