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Newest Review: ... Also, although a lot of Ryanair's routes are often to more obscure airports, further out from the destination city, some of its most popular routes fly straight into the main destination airport (such as Barcelona El Prat). Even in these more obscure airports there is always some form of public transport, at very reasonable prices, to commute to the main destination city with ease. On board ... more
Customer ryanair.com Reviews (67)
by - written on 03/12/13 (Useful, 4 readings)
I have flown with Ryanair several times over the past year, travelling back and forward from Spain to study and haven't had any major issues at all with the airline. The price is by far the most important factor when deciding to book with Ryanair, especially when compared to some of the more 'upmarket' airlines. Also, although a lot of Ryanair's routes are often to more obscure airports, further out from the destination city, some of its most popular routes fly straight into the main destination airport (such as Barcelona El Prat). Even in these more obscure airports there is always some form of public transport, at very reasonable prices, to commute to the main ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/10/12
Having heard so many negative comments about Ryanair, I can only praise the service we have had so far. For cheap prices I can travel around Europe at ease. Easy check-in's, friendly staff - if you check and understand the terms and conditions then you encounter no problems! Great airline if you are travelling light as well! You are effectively getting what your paid for and for me it is about getting from A to B - Safely and comfortably - which Ryanair delivers!
by - written on 29/04/12 (Somewhat useful, 22 readings)
I am from the Republic of Ireland, I live in the UK and have flown with RYANAIR close to 100 times. I have achieved some true bargains in my time, most notably a DUB-Newcastle flight in 2007 which cost me 1p each way - total flight cost including all taxes and charges - 2p. Incredible stuff. Then I have had the other side of the coin - having to rush home suddenly and paying Euro220 euro for the privellege one way. The trick with Ryanair is knowing how to play the Game. The website is difficult to navigate - especially now that they have included the 'captcha' feature when looking at availability. This for me is highly irritating as it prevents me from ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/04/12 (Somewhat useful, 45 readings)
I have been a huge fan of Ryanair since discovering them in 2008 when booking a cheap city break to Paris. I have received a few bargain airfares since then, once getting a return ticket to Paris for £6 and a return ticket to Dublin for £4. I must admit, I haven't had fares quit that low for a while but they still over great value for money. There are a few things worth noting about Ryanair if you are looking to use them to save money. One, is that they charge you to take hold luggage. So if you are planning to go away for more than a few days, this can be pricey. For a 2 or 3 night trip, however, you can get away with using a small hand luggage case if you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/08/11 (Very useful, 22 readings)
I had heard both good and bad thigs about Ryanair before I travelled with them. My flight was to Krakow, Poland from LBA. I was shocked at how cheap the flight was, all taxes and baggage included the one way flight cost me under £50.00 - which was the cheapest flight that I could find. Booking online was easy enough, you can pickt he day you fly.. and even the time if there is more than one flight that day. You also have options online to include extra baggage allowance etc.. The week before my flight I checked in online and printed off my boarding pass.. yet again, no problems, very easy to do and the website worked great. Arriving at ... Read the complete review