|Top route||London Gatwick to Dublin|
|Top airport||London Stansted|
The flight was 30mins late at first then with delays getting the plan started we were stuck on a red hot plane with no air conditioning for at least another 45mins before it even taxied. It was then a bumpy and uncomfortable flight. Really disappointed in Ryanair
Really cramped, uncomfortable
For once in a long while, our flight was delayed - because the aircraft arrived late - but that was only delayed by about 30 minutes (which was bad). However, the crew boarded us very efficiently and quickly (which was good). But the original delay meant that the aircraft was directed to use a different runway in Gatwick than would normally be used - and that runway had less capacity apparently - so that added further to the delay (which was also bad). Anyway, the bottom line was we arrived in Dublin about 45 minutes later than scheduled. It might have been longer but I think the captain made up a bit of time in the air (which was also good). Having said all that, I would definitely use Ryanair again because this delay was not something that has not happened to us on other Ryanair flights in the recent past. in fact, my wife and I are due to fly with them to Dubrovnik next week so I'll be ineterested to see how they do with the outbound and return flights then.
It was a great flight because it was on time and I didn't miss my connection and the plane was mostly empty so it was spacious. No food on board.
I was pleased with this flight and I’ll be taking it again.
Due to the mediated service, it was not possible to check in online. It only works if you buy the ticket at Ryanair.
On-time arrival, all went well.
The flight was good. The only thing that was difficult was the boarding procedure. I had to wait in line for a long time. Next time I’ll book priority boarding. Once we were in the air, everything was good.
On time, if delayed more than 30 mins free water. Whilst not Ryanair fault they are accountable for Heath and safety that includes keeping passengers hydrated
Short and easy
Less queueing time on the tarmac.
Flight delayed for an hour approx
Check in was slow
There were no info about 55 eur thst I had to pay, I have back with same aircraft and didn't had to pay any fees, it would be nice if you could said before. Maybe I don't have anough money
It was exactly as I expect from a budget airline
An hour late departing...
There was way long delay.
Good value for money. Chairs are very basic, won’t recline. Other than that everything ok.
2hr late - when arriving at Manchester stuck on board for 45mins to get off, no reason why, hot and dehydrate
Flight departure delayed which resulted in me almost missing my connection
The pilot announced incorrect numbers for emergency exits. The plane model had changed and he was reading from out of date script
All went well.
We had to stand for 25 minutes after showing our Boarding Passes before being allowed to walk to the plane. It would have been better if they delayed boarding until everything was ready.
The landing was awful and the plane wasn't ready when we arrived so there was a lot of waiting around on the tarmac outside the plane.
food and entertainment are not relevant for this flight
Bus boarding so don’t quite understand how they can charge for priority boarding, one for trading standards.
Ryanair priced the tickets for our flights, for my wife and I at $40 for both of us. By the time we ended up paying for everything it was $533. They said we get priority boarding which really meant nothing. Yes we got to be the first ones on the bus, but once the bus got to the plane, whoever got off the bus first was the one who actually had priority. And then our next flight from Manchester there was no priority boarding. However got to the door of the terminal and was the first to walk out to the plane, they had priority boarding.
Boarding at Luton is not the most pleasant. Standing in queue for 1 hour 😕
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 210 cities in 36 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.