Ryanair launches major check-in CHANGE to benefit customers… but there’s a CATCH

The budget Irish airline has extended the check-in process for flights throughout Europe. 

Ryanair customers can now check-in for their flight up to 60 days in advance of departure.

From two months right up until two hours before the scheduled flight, passengers can use the check-in service. 

But not every customer will benefit from the change. 

Ryanair’s existing policy of charging extra for allocated seats still stands.

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That means any passenger who doesn’t want to pay extra for an assigned seat can’t access the extended check-in period. 

Customers who wish to have their seat allocated free of charge have to wait until four days before the flight until they can check-in. 

This service is also available up until two hours before departure. 

Charges start at €2 per person per journey to select your choice of seat on Ryanair flights.

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