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Flying Ryanair?

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Just don't forget two important things

-If you do not have an EU passport, you must take your boarding pass to their ticket office to have it verified against your passport and stamped. Leave plenty of time for this.

-you need to print your boarding pass at home. BUT.. be sure to do it no later than 4 hours before take off time. If you wait til too late you will pay 40E extra for THEM to print it.

All these rules are on their website in the terms and conditions. Please be sure to read every little detail

- and yes.. they DO take luggage allowances very seriously.

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