The low-cost airline Ryanair will soon no longer allow 10 kg cabin baggage.
From 1 November, passengers must pay to check this type of baggage, which is now intended to travel in the hold. Up to now, passengers on Ryanair flights can still carry free bags and luggage with a maximum weight of 10 kg. Soon only standard backpacks, wallets and computer bags can accompany passengers in the cabin.
Passengers in possession of a boarding pass with priority may carry their hand baggage on board.
The Irish company charges a fee of six to ten euros for the registration of suitcases and backpacks.
Ryanair had already modified the baggage policy in January, but said that the current rules, which allow travelers to return their bags free of charge to the check-in gate, still cause delays.