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Ryanair Terrible Experience with Ryanair: Rude Crew and Customer Service Left Us Stranded

I recently had a terrible experience with Ryanair, and I must say that it was the worst airline I have ever flown with. The crew and customer service were extremely rude and arrogant, which made our journey even more unpleasant.

We were traveling from Sofia, Bulgaria to the United States with a transfer in London and Oslo, and Ryanair was our airline for both flights. We boarded the flight to London with no issues, but when we arrived at the airport, we were told that we could not continue our journey because my daughter's passport was going to expire in a month. However, it is important to note that her passport was still valid, and we were simply returning home.

Ryanair refused to let us board the flight to Oslo, and as a result, we missed our flight to the States. The customer service was of no help and did not care about our situation at all. They were extremely arrogant and rude, and we spoke to multiple people with no result. It was the middle of the night, and we were left stranded in a country that we knew nothing about. My kids, who are 8 and 10 years old, were extremely scared and stressed out, and they kept crying and asking me when we could go home.

We had to purchase a direct flight ticket from London to the US with another airline, which cost us over $8000 for three tickets. This was a huge expense, considering we already had valid tickets and a valid passport.

This was my first time using Ryanair, and I can confidently say that I will never use this airline again. They are not worth the hassle and the stress that they put us through. The crew and customer service were extremely unprofessional, and they did not care about our well-being at all. I would not recommend this airline to anyone, and I hope that they improve their services in the future.

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Ryanair RyanAir's Deceptive Practices: A Disappointing Experience with Hidden Fees

I gotta say, my experience with RyanAir was the worst flight I've ever had. I booked a flight from London to Prague on April 29th at 7 PM. My family and I arrived at the check-in area four hours early and asked if we could check-in early since we were first-time flyers with RyanAir. The customer service guy told us to wait until the desk number was placed on the departure board, so we went to grab a cup of tea and waited. When it was time to check-in, we got in line and waited our turn like good customers. Unfortunately, it took over an hour to get to the desk, which was only two hours before the departure time. That's when we were informed that we should have checked in online and that we would need to pay a fee of 70 GBP since we didn't. We had to wait in the customer service line to pay or complain, so we did. At this point, we were pretty upset and disappointed that we weren't informed when we asked four hours before the flight. To make matters worse, the customer care man informed us that it wasn't 70 GBP in total, but 70 GBP per person, which came to a total of 210 GBP since there were three of us in our family. We had no choice but to pay this so-called fee, even though we had clearly been informed to do something else.

I believe that I have the right to ask for a full refund of the 210 GBP and also the full cost of the flight. As a company, RyanAir should rethink the way they fine and con their customers at the last minute. They should also train their staff better to avoid misleading their customers. It's not fair to put pressure on a young family that can't afford to pay for the mistakes of the staff. Overall, I wouldn't recommend RyanAir to anyone and I hope they can improve their services in the future.

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Ryanair Disappointing Service for Disabled Passengers on RyanAir Flight: A Review

So, I recently flew with RyanAir and I have to say, I was pretty disappointed with the service. I booked 'special assistance' for my disabled mother, but when we got on the plane, we found out that we were split up and my mother was seated next to complete strangers. My father was all the way in the back, 20 rows away! We had to ask people to move so that we could sit together. And to make matters worse, my mother had to wait on the runway before boarding the plane and was asked if she could walk up the steps instead of using the lift. I mean, come on, I was very clear about the 'special assistance' required when booking the flight.

After the flight, I complained to customer service, but they just brushed me off. They said it was my fault for not requesting the correct assistance when booking the flight, even though I had email confirmation that I had done so. I complained again, but I'm not hopeful about receiving a satisfactory reply.

Here are my particular concerns:

1.) I booked special assistance online and completed that request as fully as possible - I have the email confirmation - yet this was not acted upon.

2.) I confirmed this at the special assistance desk at Stansted when we arrived yet no lift was provided to access the aircraft.

3.) Keeping my mother outside waiting on the runway for the lift in the rain was not acceptable!

4.) The separate seating issue was not acceptable and broaches Ryanair's own policy for special assistance.

5.) The lack of support, such as a helping hand to take my mother to her seat given all walking aids had been removed, was insensitive and unhelpful.

Overall, this experience caused my mum undue stress, had a detrimental effect on her dignity, and was very upsetting for us all. I hope RyanAir takes these concerns seriously and improves their service for disabled passengers in the future.

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Ryanair Ryanair's Customer Service is a Nightmare: My Experience Trying to Change Flights

I gotta say, Ryanair is not my cup of tea. I mean, I've been trying to get in touch with them for two whole weeks now and I haven't heard a peep. I've tried calling, live chatting, and emailing, but no response. This morning, I called their customer care line THIRTY TIMES before someone finally picked up. And then, I was put on hold for a whole hour! I spent ?20 on credit during that time and had to top up another ?20 just to keep waiting.

I've been trying to change my flights using the Manage My Booking option on their website and app, but it's been a real pain in the neck. I've tried using my iPhone, laptop, and three different computers with different browsers like Firefox, Safari, and Google. I can select the new flights I want, but it won't let me continue to the payment page. My friend tried doing the same thing on her iPad and had the same problem.

So, I called customer care again and was told that it would cost an extra ?200 to change my flights over the phone, compared to the ?280 it would cost on the website (which, by the way, isn't working for me). That's a total of ?480 just to change my flights over the phone! The customer care agent I spoke to was no help at all. She said it was a problem with my computer and that she couldn't do anything about it, even though I tried multiple devices and browsers.

I work in an office with a really fancy IT department, so I asked them to try and change my flights for me. But even they couldn't figure out what was going on. I asked to speak to a supervisor or manager, but was put on hold for another 10 minutes. When the agent came back, she said she didn't have authorization to put me through to a manager or supervisor.

Honestly, I'm a paying customer of Ryanair and I'm absolutely disgusted by the service they've provided. It's just not right.

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Ryanair Unfair and Discriminatory Baggage Policy on RyanAir Flight from Seville to Malta

Me and my mum flew with RyanAir from Seville to Malta on May 29th, 2022. When we got to the gate, a member of the check-in staff came over to us and started asking questions and handing out pieces of paper. Out of nowhere, she told us that our bags had to go in the hold. I was shocked because these were the same bags we used on our way up from Malta and they were the same size and weight. I always travel light and my mum's bag was a RyanAir approved sized wheelie bag. To prove that our bags were the right size, the lady at the check-in put it in the sizer and it fit perfectly, but she still said it was too big! I couldn't believe it. I thought it was a joke and that there were hidden cameras somewhere.

Meanwhile, I saw a lot of other passengers in the non-priority line with bulky rucksacks that were twice the size of our bags. I'm sure they wouldn't have fit in the sizer, but they were allowed to take them on board. I paid around 90 euros for this unfair and discriminatory act, and I will never fly with RyanAir again. This airline manipulates the rules to suit them, and they change from airport to airport and from staff to staff. The check-in staff looked like third-party handlers, and they were as useless as my grandmother's hip replacement. I recommend that you use a real airline that provides proper service. I can handle everything else, but I cannot accept the manipulation of rules and conditions. I'm worried that these handlers are giving RyanAir a bad reputation. Apart from this incident, I've never seen anything as shocking as this, especially with the way they treated us.

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Ryanair Ryanair: A Budget Airline That Misses the Mark

I gotta say, I ain't no high-flyer, but Ryanair ain't exactly my first choice when it comes to budget airlines. Don't get me wrong, I know what I'm getting into when I book with them - it's all about the value for money. But even then, Ryanair just doesn't seem to get it right.

Sure, they got planes and staff and all that jazz, but it's like they don't know how to use 'em properly. It's like they're runnin' a prison bus service instead of an airline. You get herded around like cattle at the gate, and the announcements are so robotic you can barely understand what's being said. And don't even get me started on the seating - it's like they picked the most uncomfortable seats they could find just to save a few bucks.

But what really grinds my gears is how they treat their passengers. They don't know how to manage the crowd at the gate, so everyone's pushin' and shovin' to get on the plane. And once you're on, you're stuck there for ages with nothin' to do but get more and more resentful. It's like they don't care about their customers at all.

And don't even get me started on the tackiness. The colours are garish, the announcements are inaudible, and the whole thing just feels cheap. It's like they're tryin' to sell you scratch cards and perfume instead of gettin' you to your destination.

Look, I know Ryanair ain't gonna be perfect. But they could at least try to make the experience a little less painful. It's like they're missin' the one thing that could make all the difference - a little bit of intelligence.

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Ryanair RyanAir's Terrible Customer Service and Reckless Ad Campaign During Pandemic

I gotta say, RyanAir is not my favorite airline. Their "Jab and Go" ad campaign really rubbed me the wrong way. It's just not a good look for a company to promote such reckless behavior during a pandemic.

But my personal experience with them was even worse. I booked flights for myself and my family, but then I had to go to the hospital and couldn't make the trip. I filled out their form for refunds due to serious illness, but the response I got was just awful. The person who replied to my email was so rude and condescending, it felt like I was back in middle school getting bullied.

She basically told me that I would never get a refund or voucher, no matter what. And then she went on to write two whole paragraphs making me feel even worse. I was already going through a tough time, and her attitude just made it so much worse.

I tried to reason with her and ask why she had to be so rude, but she just shut me down and said there was no point in sending more messages. It was so frustrating and hurtful.

After that experience, I vowed to never fly with RyanAir again. And I haven't. It's been a couple of years now, and I still refuse to give them my business. I'd much rather fly with Aer Lingus, who have always been much nicer and more respectful to me.

Overall, I just can't recommend RyanAir. Their customer service is terrible, and they don't seem to care about their customers at all. If you're looking for a better airline experience, I'd suggest looking elsewhere.

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Ryanair Nightmare Experience with Ryanair: No Food, No Water, No Refund

I gotta say, my experience with Ryanair was a total nightmare. My partner and I were coming back from a sweet vacay in Porto and we were taking a flight to Milan. The flight was supposed to be around 2 hours, but boy oh boy, did things go south.

We were almost at our destination when we were told that we couldn't land due to a thunderstorm. So, we were stuck in the air for over an hour and a half, surrounded by dark clouds, lightning, and thunder. It was pretty scary, to be honest. After all that, we were told that we couldn't land in Milan, so they took us to another airport without telling us where we were going until we landed. We ended up in Genoa, exhausted but relieved to be on the ground.

But that wasn't the end of it. We had to wait another hour and a half before we were told that we were going to depart again. And during all that time, no one offered us any water or food. The captain did tell us that we could contact our families if we wanted to, though. How kind of him.

We tried to contact our hotel to let them know what was going on, but they told us that we couldn't check in in the middle of the night. So, we had to find a hotel in Milan at midnight with all our luggage. It was a real pain in the butt. We ended up paying three times the price of the hotel we had originally booked because we had to find something last minute.

When we got back home, we tried to get a refund, but they told us that we couldn't because of "unforeseeable" conditions. We were pretty upset about that, but they suggested that we ask for compensation instead. So, we did that in August 2022. But when we didn't hear back from them in October, we called customer support and they were super rude and annoyed with us. They said they would send a reminder, but who knows if they actually did.

Honestly, I can't believe how incompetent this company is. They treat their passengers like garbage and don't even offer them basic necessities like water and food. It's just inhumane. I wouldn't recommend flying with Ryanair to anyone.

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Ryanair Ryanair: The Luggage Destroyer - My Experience and Tips for Avoiding the Same Fate

I'm going to share my experience with Ryanair, and I'll try to keep it short and sweet.

Back in 2013, Ryanair damaged my baggage for the first time. I was pretty surprised because it had never happened to me before. They offered me a replacement bag, but it was only half the size of my original one, so I refused it. I went through their "baggage claim process," but I never received any compensation for the damage.

In 2014, I was flying from Krakow to Dublin, and Ryanair was the only fast option available. The day before my flight, I bought a brand new bag. Unfortunately, the weather in Krakow was terrible, and the flight was canceled. Ryanair's baggage handling took my bag, and when I finally got it back three hours later, it was completely destroyed. I didn't even get to fly anywhere with Ryanair, and they still managed to ruin my brand new bag. I filed a baggage claim, but Ryanair never paid me a penny. It's pretty ridiculous, right? You can't even fly with them if the weather is bad without risking your luggage.

Fast forward to 2018, and I decided to give Ryanair another chance. I flew from Katowice to Dublin, and once again, Ryanair broke my bag. This time, it was only six months old and cost around 189 euros. I filed another baggage claim, but they only offered me a cheap, half-sized replacement bag worth 25 euros or less. I refused it, and for over two months, Ryanair didn't pay for the damage or even contact me. I reached out to their help support chat multiple times, but all I got were empty promises and excuses. It's been two months, and the issue still hasn't been resolved.

If you're planning on flying with Ryanair, here are a couple of tips:

1. Always have your baggage receipt with you.
2. Bring some tape with you in case your bag gets damaged.

But honestly, the most important thing is to avoid flying with Ryanair altogether. I've flown with Air Canada, Lufthansa, Emirates, Wizz Air, Aer Lingus, and a few others, and Ryanair is the only company that's ever damaged my luggage. And it's not just once - they've done it three times now, and I've never received any compensation.

I've never traveled with cheap luggage, either. I always had high-quality bags that I thought could survive anything. But apparently, they can't survive a Ryanair flight.

So, in conclusion, Ryanair 3, me 0. They've broken my bags three times, and I've never received any compensation. If you want to avoid the same fate, I'd suggest flying with a different airline.

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Ryanair RyanAir Review: Terrible Service and Hidden Fees - Avoid at All Costs

I would highly recommend avoiding RyanAir at all costs. As someone who has been traveling for years, I have experienced both good and bad airlines, and RyanAir is definitely one of the worst. They are known for ripping off their customers and providing terrible service, so I would suggest looking for other reputable airlines that offer affordable prices.

During my recent trip to Europe, I booked a flight from Rome to Barcelona with RyanAir. However, I did not receive a confirmation email or reminder to check in. Since I had never been able to check in online with other airlines, I decided to arrive early at the airport to check in. Unfortunately, when I arrived, I was met with a rude staff member who informed me that I would have to pay an extra 50 euros as a penalty for not checking in online. This was on top of the already expensive flight cost of 149 euros.

To make matters worse, I received a text message in Spanish the day before my flight, which I thought was spam since I do not speak or understand the language. The staff member at the check-in counter was extremely unhelpful and threatened to let me miss my flight unless I paid the penalty fee. In the end, I had to pay an extra 100 euros for in-airport check-in and baggage check-in.

It is important to note that many airlines in European countries hide these fees and lie to their customers to make them pay extra. RyanAir is not the only airline guilty of this, but they are certainly one of the worst offenders.

Overall, I would advise against flying with RyanAir if you want a comfortable and stress-free experience. While they may offer affordable prices, the extra fees and terrible service are not worth it. I learned a valuable lesson during my backpacking trip and will never fly with RyanAir again.

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Ryanair Administration

I have recently tried to cancel a flight- this process was made virtually impossible. I had t go on a chat service just to be sent a link to cancel- no way to do this via the website, even then the chat bot told me I could not get a refund and only when I queried my right to a tax refund was a link sent. This is outragous.

The process of getting the refund seems impossible, whatever details I put in says either the airline or passenger details can't be found.

Worse still you charge 17-20 euros per person just to give back the tax.

I will never use your airline again.

Please advise how to get this miniscule amount of tax back that Ryanir is trying as hard as possible to hold on to.

Crispin Sturrock/ Catherine Sadler

[protected]@me.com

[protected]@gmail.com

Reservation no- HNZWHX

Desired outcome: Refund of the tax for my flight

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Ryanair Ticket

Dear Opodo,

Please find below the Reservation and booking number as your ref: Ref:TMKB5N

Booking:[protected]

This above ticket was purchased on Opodo website. Unfortunately Rynair has refused to carry Mrs. Eleanor Nguidjol. They claimed that you do not have any authorization to sale their ticket. So, this report is for you to refund the money you took from Mrs. Eleanor Nguidjol bank account. The same way you took the money via electronics, kindly return it through the same means.

Kind regards,

Eleanor Nguidjol

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I bought 3 tickets from Arn to Rix. It was Ryanair there and Norweigen back. I provided all the passport numbers etc etc. Booking nr wasYLCPSD. Dep July July 20. . I was aware of Ryanair’s policy about having the bordingpasses. So i tried to retrieve them , thru your App. I got the answere it didnt recognize the booking number. So i finally got hold of a...

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Ryanair earns a trustworthiness rating of 94%

Highly recommended, but caution will not hurt.

Our conclusion: After a detailed review, ComplaintsBoard finds Ryanair to be a trustworthy company. Although there's a 22% resolution rate for customer complaints, which deserves attention, Ryanair is known for their high standards and safety. If you're thinking about dealing with Ryanair, it's wise to check how they handle complaints.

We found clear and detailed contact information for Ryanair. The company provides a physical address, 15 phone numbers, and 2 emails, as well as 5 social media accounts. This demonstrates a commitment to customer service and transparency, which is a positive sign for building trust with customers.

A long registered date for ryanair.com can be seen as a positive aspect for Ryanair as it indicates a commitment to maintaining the website and its domain name for a long period of time. It also suggests that the company is organized and has taken steps to secure its online presence.

The age of Ryanair's domain suggests that they have had sufficient time to establish a reputation as a reliable source of information and services. This can provide reassurance to potential customers seeking quality products or services.

Ryanair.com has a valid SSL certificate, which indicates that the website is secure and trustworthy. Look for the padlock icon in the browser and the "https" prefix in the URL to confirm that the website is using SSL.

Ryanair.com has been deemed safe to visit, as it is protected by a cloud-based cybersecurity solution that uses the Domain Name System (DNS) to help protect networks from online threats.

We looked up Ryanair and found that the website is receiving a high amount of traffic. This could be a sign of a popular and trustworthy website, but it is still important to exercise caution and verify the legitimacy of the site before sharing any personal or financial information

This website offers payment methods that provide the option for customers to get their money back, which could be a positive indicator of the company's commitment to customer satisfaction.

However ComplaintsBoard has detected that:

  • Despite a high level of trust, our investigation found issues with Ryanair's service, including poor customer service, lack of accountability, and responsibility to resolve complaints. Customers may face long wait times for responses, receive generic or unhelpful answers or no response at all. Only 22% of 10 complaints were resolved.
  • Ryanair protects their ownership data, a common and legal practice. However, from our perspective, this lack of transparency can impede trust and accountability, which are essential for establishing a credible and respected business entity.
  • We attempted to contact the administrator of Ryanair website using the provided email address, but our message was undeliverable. This could indicate that the email address is invalid or that the administrator is not responsive, which could be a concern if users encounter issues or need assistance with their accounts or transactions.
  • We found that the technical contact email address listed for Ryanair appears to be invalid or not in use. This could be a red flag and may indicate that the website is not being properly maintained or monitored. It is important to ensure that contact information listed on a website is accurate and up-to-date
  • We have reason to believe that the registrant email address for Ryanair's website is invalid. This could indicate that the website is not properly maintained or could potentially be a red flag for fraudulent activity.
  • We conducted a search on social media and found several negative reviews related to Ryanair. These reviews may indicate issues with the company's products, services, or customer support. It is important to thoroughly research the company and its offerings before making any purchases to avoid any potential risks.
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Ryanair Overbooking flight

The Gate for our flight was announced, so we got up to show our passports & boarding passes, waited in the queue to board our flight. There was plenty of time. We waited in the queue for 54 minutes only to be told the gate for our flight had been shut(Flight FR430 date 09/04/23 at 6:30am from Malaga to Newcastle)

There were 2 other flights(both Ryanair) called at same time & they also had the same problem. It was as if the passport checks were being deliberately delayed it was ridiculos! The flight we eventually got took 9 minutes for us to go through the gate & passport check. And these were the same passport inspectors!

We were sent all around the airport at Malaga to find Ryanair helpdesks which were all shut bar one. Eventually the queue of 60+ people got to us where we were offered a later flight to Manchester at £180.70 We had no alternative but to pay for these tickets to get home. We tried other airlines who didn't have flights that day, but told us this always happens with Ryanair. Always overbooking!

They had our bags & luggage on board which had to be removed which delayed the flight. All of us could easily have boarded in a shorter space of time! There were in all, some 60 people that did not get on the flights! Yes that's 60+ people in the same predicament as ourselves.

When we arrived at Manchester, much later in the day, we couldn't get a train to Newcastle so had to book a taxi which cost us £300.(kept the receipt)

So we had had to fork out £480 to get home.

Ryanair want to wash their hands if this and are blaming the Airport. But we could see it was Ryanair that must've overbooked the flights. Otherwise why not let us get on board rather than spening all that time sifting through the cargo for our luggage. 24+ people didn't get on that flight (FR430), that's what i counted after asking people at the Ryanir office at the airport. There probably were some well before we got there & probably some after.

Ryanair Offices at the airport shut, staff who just didn't care & looked oblivious to it all, and a horrible seriously stressful day!

Desired outcome: So we'd like compensation for the money we had to spend to get home & some for the stress & difficulties

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Ryanair Deceived by RyanAir: Hidden Check-In and Registration Fees

I recently purchased tickets from RyanAir for a great price of 29?. However, my excitement quickly turned to frustration when I arrived at the airport for my flight and was informed that I had to pay an additional 55? per person for check-in. This unexpected expense was not mentioned during the booking process and left me feeling deceived.

To make matters worse, I had also purchased luggage separately and the total cost for two tickets and luggage came to 115.40?. But at the check-in desk, I was told that I had to pay an additional 110? for registration. 110?! Can you believe it?!

I was shocked and angry that I had to pay such a high amount for registration. It was not a small fee of 5? or 10?, but a whopping 110?! This brought my total cost for the tickets and registration to 225?. This kind of swindle is simply unforgivable.

I understand that budget airlines like RyanAir have to make money somehow, but this kind of hidden cost is not acceptable. It is important for companies to be transparent about their fees and charges so that customers can make informed decisions. I hope that RyanAir will take steps to improve their communication with customers and avoid these kinds of surprises in the future.

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Ryanair RyanAir's Lack of Responsibility: A Frustrating Experience with Luggage Theft and Safety Concerns

I recently had an experience with RyanAir that left me feeling quite frustrated. I had to hand over my hand luggage to an attendant at the foot of the plane steps because the overhead storage was full inside. I watched as my luggage was taken straight to the hold. However, upon retrieval, I noticed that my luggage had been opened and around ?200 worth of my property was missing.

When I contacted RyanAir about the issue, they sent me a letter that was only four lines long and didn't take any responsibility for the incident. Instead, they claimed that Manchester Airport was responsible. However, when I reached out to Manchester Airport, they sent me two lengthy letters stating that they do not unload planes and that the carriers' agents are responsible. It's clear to me that RyanAir is the one responsible for the incident.

What's even more concerning is that if someone can steal from luggage in full view of their workmates and there are no spot searches, what's to stop them from putting something dangerous in your luggage? A bomb or drugs could easily be placed in your luggage, and you could be arrested at the other end without even knowing what's going on.

RyanAir claims to be a budget airline, but their prices aren't always cheap. And if they can't even take responsibility for incidents like this, it's hard to trust them with your safety. Manchester Airport in the UK also seems to have some safety concerns, as they don't seem to be taking responsibility for the actions of their carriers' agents.

Overall, I'm disappointed with my experience with RyanAir and Manchester Airport. It's important for airlines and airports to take responsibility for the safety and security of their passengers and their belongings.

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Ryanair Nightmare Flight with Ryanair: Safety Concerns and Poor Service

I recently took a flight with Ryanair and let me tell you, it was a nightmare. The flight was on the 27th of July 2013, from East Midlands to Barcelona T2, NLQEPK. Out of nowhere, the plane started to shake and drop like it was in free fall. It was so bumpy that passengers who were walking to and from the toilets fell down on their hands and knees. The plane was rocking from side to side, and it was so bad that even the air hostesses fell flat on their faces. I can't help but think that the pilot did this on purpose to make up for lost time since the flight was already running late.

If you don't believe me, just watch the recent 'Dispatches - Ryanair Secrets from the Cockpit' documentary. It's eye-opening and will make you think twice about flying with Ryanair. The worst part is that the captain never explained what was happening or why it was happening. I highly doubt it was the weather since it was clear, bright, and fine outside.

Ryanair is an accident waiting to happen, and I wouldn't recommend flying with them. The safety of their passengers should be their top priority, but it's clear that they care more about making money than anything else. If you value your life, stay away from Ryanair.

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Ryanair RyanAir Review: A Stressful Experience with Pushy Salespeople and Endless Clicks

RyanAir is a popular airline that can get you from point A to point B, but let me tell you, they can be a real pain in the you-know-what. When you go to buy a ticket on their website, you have to click through what feels like a million pages, and they're always trying to sell you something extra. It's like dealing with a drunk guy on the street who won't leave you alone until you give him some money. And if you accidentally close the website and have to start over, you'll have to go through all that crap again, and the price might even be higher. It's ridiculous!

But that's not all. When you're on the plane, don't expect any help from the flight attendants. They're more like salespeople, pushing perfume and other junk from their trolleys. It's not exactly the kind of service you'd expect from an airline, is it? And the entertainment? Forget about it. You'll be lucky if they even have a magazine for you to read.

Overall, the experience with RyanAir is pretty terrible. They might be the only option for some routes, but be warned: they're probably the worst airline in Europe. So if you're looking for a stress-free travel experience, you might want to look elsewhere.

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Ryanair Valuable cabin bag taken off the plane by staff without me being notified

I recently had a flight with RyanAir from London Stanstead to Bergerac on 03/08/22. I was excited to embark on my journey and put my backpack in the overhead locker before settling into my seat. I was feeling a bit tired and decided to take a nap. However, when I woke up at my destination, I was shocked to find that my backpack was missing. I later found out that the RyanAir staff had removed my backpack from the plane before takeoff without informing me.

It has been almost a month since this incident occurred, and I have been trying to get in touch with RyanAir to help me locate my backpack. Unfortunately, they have not been very helpful, and my backpack is still missing. I have been trying to track it down every day, but it seems like it has been lost. This has been a very frustrating experience for me, as I had important items in my backpack, including my MacBook Pro, house keys, glasses, and birthday gifts.

Replacing these items has not been cheap, and I am disappointed that RyanAir has not taken any responsibility for the loss of my backpack. I have spoken to many people since this incident, and they are all confused as to why the cabin crew would remove a bag of such value and not know where it was going. It is very concerning that RyanAir staff can remove a passenger's bag without informing them and not know where it is.

Overall, my experience with RyanAir has been very disappointing, and I would not recommend flying with them. Their lack of responsibility and poor customer service has left me feeling frustrated and disappointed. I hope that they can improve their services and take responsibility for their mistakes in the future.

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Ryanair RyanAir Priority Package Review: A Complete Joke

My first time flying with RyanAir was a bit of a letdown. I decided to splurge on the priority package so I could bring a roller bag as my carry-on. When I arrived at the airport, the priority customers were checked in first, which was nice. However, the whole idea of giving priority customers time and space to put their extra bags in the overhead compartment was a complete joke.

To start, the priority customers were all put in the same waiting area as the regular customers, who were checked in after us. So when it was time to board the buses that would take us to the plane, everyone was pushing and shoving to get through the gates. It was a complete free-for-all, with priority and non-priority customers all jostling for position.

This system completely negates the point of purchasing priority status. As a priority customer, I paid more than a regular customer, but I still had to fight for space in the overhead compartment. It was frustrating and made me feel like I wasted my money.

Overall, I was disappointed with my experience flying with RyanAir. While the flight itself was fine, the boarding process left a lot to be desired. If you're considering purchasing the priority package, I would advise against it. Save your money and just bring a small bag that can fit under your seat.

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Ryanair Discrimination and Unprofessionalism: My Experience with RyanAir

I gotta say, RyanAir is not the airline for me. I had a pretty bad experience with them recently. The staff was rude and unprofessional. I mean, come on, we're all just trying to get from point A to point B, right? But this lady at the boarding gate was just out of line. She picked me out of the entire row of non-priority passengers to check the size of my hand luggage. She said it wasn't fitting in the box for small bags. But when I pointed out that other passengers had the same size bag and weren't checked, she got all defensive and said she knows how to do her job. Like, okay, but that doesn't mean you have to be a jerk about it.

When we asked for her name so we could file a complaint about her discrimination, she totally lost it and cancelled our flight. Can you believe that? So we had to book another flight for my family to get back to Vienna and we ended up stuck in the Lisbon airport for 12 hours. And get this, we had the same hand luggage on our flight from Vienna to Lisbon with no problem. But when I told the lady that, she just said, "I don't mind, we're different staff." What kind of answer is that?

It's pretty clear to me that this was discrimination. Maybe because of our Arabic background, who knows. But it's not right. And I'm not gonna stop warning people about these pirates. Seriously, try to avoid RyanAir at all costs.

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Ryanair Unfair Late Check-In Fee and Delayed Flight: My Disappointing Experience with RyanAir

I recently had a flight with RyanAir and it was not a pleasant experience. When I arrived at the airport, there was only one staff member at the check-in desk, which meant that I had to wait for a long time before I could speak to them. When I finally got to the desk, I was told that I had missed the check-in period and that I would have to pay ?55 per ticket to check in. This was a total of ?110, which was almost as expensive as the flight tickets themselves. I was frustrated because the late check-in was not my fault, but rather due to the understaffing at the RyanAir counter at Stansted.

Despite my frustration, I reluctantly paid the fee and proceeded through security to my gate. However, once we boarded the plane, we were informed that there would be a delay of 1 hour and 45 minutes. This meant that we had to sit on the tarmac and wait, which was incredibly frustrating. I had just paid an extortionate fee for being late, and now the flight was delayed, making the fee completely redundant.

It seems unfair that I was charged for being late, but RyanAir can be four or five times as late as they want and get away with it. The late check-in fee was unnecessary and overpriced, and the delay only added insult to injury. Overall, I was extremely disappointed with my experience with RyanAir and I will not be flying with them again in the future.

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Ryanair Ryanair's Website is a Nightmare: My Experience with Check-In and Customer Service

My experience with Ryanair was absolutely terrible. My two daughters and I were flying from Rome to Dublin on August 6th, and I am now out 150 euros because their website did not allow me to check in online. I tried and tried and tried to check in for over an hour the day before our flight, but to no avail. I logged into my account, selected our flight, and then clicked on the check-in button, but every time I did, I was taken to a blank white page. There was nothing on the page, so after my fourth attempt, I assumed that I must have already been checked in.

However, when we arrived at the airport, we found out that we were not checked in at all, and I now owed 50 euros per person because of my failure to check in 2 or 12 hours beforehand (we got different information). But I MADE EVERY ATTEMPT TO CHECK IN A FULL 24 HOURS. The explanation I received as to why I was unable to check in online was because I had yet to enter our profile information. This was a total surprise to me because I know I entered our passenger information and don't remember being asked for more information (i.e. passport number, nationality... etc.)

The big question is why was this not explained on the website? Why was I sent to a blank page and not to a page that told me that Ryanair needed more information in order for me to check my daughters and myself in? I seriously tried four times to check in, and every time I got this blank page--so frustrating.

Overall, my experience with Ryanair was a complete disaster. The website was not user-friendly, and the lack of information provided made it impossible for me to check in online. I ended up having to pay an additional 150 euros, which was a huge inconvenience. I would not recommend Ryanair to anyone, and I will never fly with them again.

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Ryanair Ryanair's Complicated Check-In Process and Poor Customer Service

Ryanair, the airline that claims to make low fares simple, has left us with a sour taste in our mouths. We purchased multiple tickets for our European travels, but little did we know that the check-in process would be so complicated.

The online system failed to recognize my account, and despite receiving an authorization code, it did not work. We had to arrive at the airport early to check-in, but unfortunately, we missed the curfew for checking-in for free. We were charged 35 euros each, and the airport staff was unhelpful and unsympathetic. They told us to pay or find another flight, without even considering our situation.

We tried to contact customer service four times over the last two months, but we received no reply. The chat on the Ryanair website was equally unhelpful, with the representatives telling us to wait a bit longer each time. We felt like we were talking to a robot, with no sympathy or reaction to our problem.

To make matters worse, my account is still blocked from checking-in online. It's ironic that Ryanair's so-called simple check-in process has caused us so much trouble. We doubt that we'll be able to fly with Ryanair until this problem is resolved.

In conclusion, Ryanair's low fares may seem attractive, but their customer service and check-in process leave much to be desired. We hope that they will improve their services and treat their customers with more respect in the future.

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Ryanair Service and additional charges

My wife, my sister and I went on vacation on the island of Madeira, Portugal and flown from the City of Porto into Madeira on the 26th. of April 2023 with a fantastic local airline. Our flight back to Porto was booked for May 1st. 2023 around 9:00AM with Ryanair. That day, We got to the airport at 7:00AM. By 7:30 at the Ryanair check-in counter, I was blinded by what I was told. The lady indicated that We needed to complete our check-in online but the service was closed-not working and because We didn't check in online We each got charge 55.00 additional euros over the already paid ticket to be able to flight in our schedule flight.

I told her that there was no indication anywhere in my booking that We needed to check in online and her response was that, if we didn't pay that fee, the flight was to be considered lost by Us and a new flight would have to be booked and fully pay for. An interesting thing was that the fee payment had to be in cash. I told her We didn't have that much cash with Us and gave her my credit card, which she ends charging. We noticed that other people were having the same issue and it looked like the Ryanair people at the counter were picking people up to scam money out of them. When the time came for the plane to depart, the take-off felt like a kindergarten kid was flying the plane instead of a real pilot.

During the flight, it was more like a flying market as the flight attendants were pushing carts offering different types of merchandise for people to buy. The landing in Porto was very hard and it took a lot of braking for the plane to come to a stop. When the plane began to taxi towards the terminal, I noticed there was not much runway to keep going, so I think We were lucky the plane came to stop where it did. I have flown with many inexpensive airlines and have never, ever had any of the issues I'm mentioning. I definitely would not book with Ryanair anymore and I recommend to anyone traveling in Europe, or wherever else this not much of an airline company flies; to not book with them. They are cheap, no doubt about it. Cheap, unprofessional and opportunistic. The way they treat and scam people is, to me, out of this word.

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Ryanair Customer service/

Denied entry aboard plane, given carried baggage exceeded specified size requirements by 1cm. After repacking belongings to smaller bag and trying to negotiate with the attendant that the luggage is now correct in size, still denied entry. Overally the attendant was uncooperative, rude and unprofessional. Said flight was on 17.04.2023 19:30, Flight number FR 916 to Wroclaw.

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Ryanair Baggage

I flew from Vienna -Liverpool and got charged for extra baggage which I wasn’t charged for at Liverpool airport flying out. I was told if I didn’t pay I’d miss my flight that I’ve paid for and I can’t even leave my luggage at the airport. I emailed customer service, first they said my hand luggage is too big and can’t be refunded. I sent them with photo of my luggage measured. They then tried to say it’s because I have wheels and a handle and if I brought a bag the same size I wouldn’t be charged. Absolute scam, can’t believe how bad this airline has got and I won’t be flying with them ever again.

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Ryanair Customer service provided wrong information and caused me distress

I booked a flight with Ryanair from Prague to valencia with a layover in manchester. (Reservation ID : OIGB3K) I contacted Ryanair customer care via chat and asked if I require a transit visa to board this flight. Customer care agent confirmed that the schengen student visa that I am holding is sufficient to board the flight. (chat reference available in this complaint number [protected]) But when I went to the airport in Prague, Ryanair refused to have me board the flight because I did not hold a transit or UK visa.

I had to run between terminals at prague trying to figure out other options at 4:30 am in the morning. There was no alternate flight to accommodate me. I was supposed to be in valencia that day for an important meeting which I missed because of this issue. Then I had to book a very expensive flight through lufthansa to get to Valencia. I was mentally drained because of Ryanair that day. I demand my refund of the flight ticket I booked with Ryanair and the reimbursement of the Lufthansa Ticket I booked because of the denial to let me board and a fair compensation for all the pain that Ryanair caused me by providing false information.

I filed a complaint one month ago [protected] and I have got no response from the customer care. I hope Ryanair will address my concern and be fair in their response.

Rizwana

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Ryanair Check-in at airport

Hi, We flew from Venice to the UK on the 29th with our British passports along with our parents who hold Indian passports. When we want to check-in with the combination of our Indian and British passports, we normally are not allowed to check in online as there system does not allow check in and asks us to go go the airport to check in as there is a visa verification process for our parents who had Schengen visa).

In this case on the same note when I tried to checkin online I could not, hence went to the airport as I could not get a boarding pass due to our combination and British and Indian passports.

To our surprise the airline check in team, asked us to pay £330 and said we have not checked in online, though I explained that we had a combination of Indian and British passports, and will not let us check in due to visa verification process, they insisted we either pay or leave.

This was really frustrating with elder parents and want to understand is we can get the £300 refunded?

Desired outcome: Refund the £300

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Ryanair Lack of passenger assistance.

John Brome

62 Wolseley Road

Preston, Lancashire

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Email: [protected]@yahoo.com

Dear Sir/madam,

Please be advised the following is a letter that I wrote to your Dublin address and recieved no reply.

Date: 28/06/2022

Formal complaint

I arrived at Manchester airport 15/5/22 at 7.30am for departure at 10am to Palma De Mallorca (outbound). The scene was one of chaos, confusion and pandemonium, having found a member of Ryanair staff I asked for assistance and was allocated a chair assistant and I was told my flight would be from gate 49. I arrived at the gate about 8am just as people were leaving via gate 49. I presented my boarding pass and was told this was not my flight and my flight did not leave till 10am, I asked if I was in the right place and the staff member said yes you will go from here.

10am came and went, and no plane arrived so I went the down the ramp to the next level to find another member of staff and explained the situation, she was sympathetic and asked who the two staff members were that told me I was in the right place for boarding, I described as best I could and she suggested I talked to her supervisor with that she left me, I explained that I was disabled and was relying on Ryanair staff to deliver me to the right gate and onto the plane. The supervisor was not sympathetic and was quite abrupt stating that the responsibility to be at the right gate was mine and I had two choices, I could either buy a new ticket for a later flight or she could put me back on the other side of the terminal back on the streets of Manchester going home.

I bought another ticket for £100 for a flight which was due to leave at 5.30pm, and was escorted by wheelchair (I cannot walk for more than 10meters) to gate no 19, I was introduced by the lady chair assistant to another member of staff who promised to come and fetch me when the time was right. 5.30pm came and went once again I had to find another member of staff who told me the flight had left on time but from another gate. After more enquires were made it was established that yes I was delivered by a chair assistant and left with a promise of staff returning to escort me onto the plane so after apologies another ticket for another flight was arranged.

I then had to return to the waiting area of chair assist and wait for a new ticket for the 7pm flight, the staff sorting my new ticket were more than amused to see me again, I did not share their mirth. They said in was not possible to get me on the 7pm flight so was allocated a ticket for the 9pm flight this got me into Palma Mallorca at 11.30 pm and having missed my scheduled pickup to take me from the airport to the hotel Sultan I was faced with a taxi fare that cost me 70euros.

Upon my return journey arriving at the airport in Palma at 5.30pm I was greeted by the same chaos and confusion I asked for chair assistance and was wheeled to my departure gate and left with a member of staff, I was left at the gate with another promise of someone coming to pick me up, and no-one came, I made it clear to another member of staff and again another ticket was issued and I was put on the next flight 9am to Manchester my flight dually arrived on time 9.15pm and I was escorted by lift onto the plane

I then arrived at Manchester at 11.00pm I had missed the last train to Preston and so had to wait 6hrs till the next, this train was cancelled due to strike action so I had to catch bus from Manchester Airport at 5.30 am to Preston and arrived home at 7am Sunday 22/5/22.

I should point out that missing the three flights was non of my making and whilst the staff were under a great deal of stress I was the victim, I spent a total of 28 hrs. non stop on the two airports and as such I would like reimbursing my £100 for the first incident and compensating for my loss of holiday time, inconvenience, traumatisation and upset following the second and third.

If I can be of any further assistance please feel free to contact me any way suits you.

Yours Jb

Desired outcome: I would appreciate a responce and refund for my losses.

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Ryanair is a low-cost airline that was founded in 1984 in Ireland. It has grown to become one of the largest airlines in Europe, with a fleet of over 450 aircraft and serving more than 200 destinations across 40 countries. Ryanair is known for its no-frills approach to air travel, offering affordable fares and a range of optional extras for passengers to choose from.

One of the key features of Ryanair's business model is its focus on cost-cutting. The airline operates a point-to-point network, meaning that it does not offer connecting flights or provide passengers with free meals or drinks on board. Instead, passengers are able to purchase food and drinks from the airline's in-flight menu, as well as other optional extras such as priority boarding and extra legroom seats.

Ryanair has also been known for its controversial approach to customer service in the past. The airline has been criticized for its strict baggage policies, which can result in additional fees for passengers who exceed the airline's weight and size limits. Additionally, Ryanair has faced criticism for its use of non-unionized labor and its treatment of employees.

Despite these controversies, Ryanair has continued to grow and expand its operations. The airline has introduced new routes and destinations, as well as investing in new aircraft and technology to improve its efficiency and reduce costs. Ryanair has also launched a number of initiatives aimed at improving its customer service, such as the introduction of a new mobile app and the expansion of its customer support team.

Overall, Ryanair is a major player in the European airline industry, offering affordable fares and a range of optional extras for passengers to choose from. While the airline has faced criticism in the past, it continues to grow and evolve, adapting to changing market conditions and customer demands.

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