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Ryanair is to start charging customers for taking larger carry on bags on flights from November.

Currently, non-priority passengers can have their wheelie bags checked at the gate and put in the hold for free.

From November 1st, these customers can only bring one small carry-on bag for free.

Source: Ryanair

If non-priority customers want to bring a wheelie bag, they'll have to pay €8 at the time of booking.

The new policy will go live at boarding gates on or after November 1st - and for all bookings made on or after September 1st.

But the carrier has confirmed it will not be increasing the number of priority seats on a plane.

Priority boarding is capped at 95 customers per flight, out of 189 seats.


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