Perhaps in a bid for customers to opt for additional, paid for extras, Ryanair is reducing the time in which passengers can check-in online if they haven’t booked seat allocation.
These passengers, who simply opt for ‘random’ seat allocation, will now need to print their booking passes four days before travel. This will see passengers having to find somewhere to print them whilst away on a typical one week break, or using the internet to check in on the Ryanair app.
Ryanair has said it has made the move in a bid to give those passengers paying – £6 per seat – to reserve their seats “more choice”. With the airline’s Kenny Jacobs adding, “We’re continuing to listen to our customers through our ‘Always Getting Better’ programme and this change reflects the customer feedback we have received.”
The move will come into effect from 1st November.