A new baggage policy comes into effect today for Ryanair passengers from today.
They'll no longer be able to take larger items of hand luggage on to the plane free of charge.
Under the previous system, Ryanair didn't charge for smaller suitcases weighing up to 10 kilos.
However, passengers will now be charged €8 for such bags - and they'll have to be checked into the hold.
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People who don't pay the charge when booking online could be charged up to €25 at the airport.
All passengers will still be allowed a handbag or laptop bag free of charge.
Meanwhile, Priority Boarding customers who pay €6 will still be allowed to bring their larger hand luggage into the cabin.
While the changes are likely to frustrate some passengers, the airline says it hopes the system will help reduce flight delays.