Ryanair has warned passengers its cabin baggage policy will be “strictly enforced” this summer as it enters its busiest period.
The airline said some passengers are bringing larger than permitted bags onboard which can cause delays and if this continues it will review its current policy.
Ryanair allows one 10kg cabin bag and one smaller bag onboard. Both bags must fit in the ‘sizer’ at the gate. Those that don’t will be placed in the hold for a fee of £50.
Ryanair chief marketing officer Kenny Jacobs said: “As we enter the peak summer period with many full flights, we urge customers to ensure that they travel with less carry-on bags where possible. Our aircraft can only carry 90 larger carry-on bags and our gate agents will rigorously enforce our carry-on policy to avoid flight delays and ensure an enjoyable travel experience for all customers.”