The airline Ryanair calculates a fee for "large" carry-on baggage that is not suitable for the airline in November.
Ryanair changed the rules by January, so only passengers who had purchased so-called "Priority Boarding" had to bring their hand luggage on board the cabin. If you do not, however, you can get the hand luggage free of charge.
Now the company is removing this free option and will charge it between the eight and ten euros, ie 78 to 97 crowns, from 1 November to take it into the luggage compartment. It writes the Netta fish.
Previously, passengers could carry hand luggage up to ten kilos and a maximum of 55 cm x 40 cm x 20 cm without paying. With the new rules you can bring free luggage that fits under the seat, ie 35 cm x 20 cm x 20 cm.
According to Ryanair, the goal is to get fewer delays and to increase the boarding speed.