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Ryan Air

Port Talbot, United...
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Ryan Air

flying with these to Gerona, and have paid for 15kg luggage for the hold, (as with the 10kg luggage) for cabin you are not allowed to carry anything else apart from case and everything should be in it, eg. no handbag, just wondering as we have booked hold luggage are we allowed to take a handbag for money documents etc.

cheers in advance.

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Hi, you are still allowed one item of hand luggage weighing up to 10kg. There are size restrictions. So yes, you can take a hold all or small case on board, as long as it's only one item. eg a holdall with the handbag in it.

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cheers for your reply

Dorset
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You have to leave room in your Cabin bag for handbags etc, just slip it in at the last minute. Most flights are the same, not just Ryanair.

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make sure you are not evena fraction over the size restriction, they are notorious for sticking to the rules

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be careful with the weight as well,for all your luggage,a lot of hotels now have scales for that reason,ive seen people getting charged for even being a fraction overweight

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