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14:36  07 june  2018
14:36  07 june  2018 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Ryanair has hiked some of its fees and the only way to avoid paying is to buy priority boarding . Latest from Holidays. Ryanair hikes fees for priority boarding - which passengers need if they want to take a suitcase in the cabin .

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Ryanair has hiked the cost for priority boarding on some routes.

Previously, passengers could take a large bag such as a wheelie suitcase and a small bag such as a handbag on board. 

But the budget airline changed its policy in January so that passengers with two bags could take the smallest into the cabin, then stow the larger bag in the hold free of charge. 

a large passenger jet sitting on top of a runway: Ryanair has hiked some of its fees and the only way to avoid paying is to buy priority boarding © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Ryanair has hiked some of its fees and the only way to avoid paying is to buy priority boarding


The only way of getting around this was by paying for priority boarding. Now Ryanair has made this expensive.

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The low-cost Irish airline has hiked the fee on selected routes from £5 to £6 if passengers choose the option when making their booking. And if they pay when checking in online, it will cost £7 for the privilege of taking a cabin -sized suitcase on board .

Ryanair hikes fees for priority boarding - which passengers need if they want to take a suitcase in the cabin . TSB are customers STILL waiting hours in call centre phone queues to report fraud.

Which? Travel discovered it has increased the charge on some routes from £5 to £6 online. The price at the airport has risen to £7.

This comes after airline boss Michael O’Leary said so many people were leaving their second bag at the gate to stow for free that it was creating a ‘handling issue’.

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