Contact Number for Ryanair Customer Service Center – 0870 025 0086
You can speak directly with a member of the Ryanair customer service team on our Ryanair contact number 0870 025 0086.
Ryanair has a dedicated customer service hotline for pre-booking and general queries. If you would like to speak to someone on the phone, call Ryanair on their UK contact number 0870 025 0086
You can book flights and manage or change your bookings online including checking-in but sometimes it is easier to speak to an adviser especially if your query is not covered by the frequent questions and answer page on the website so use our Ryanair contact number for a variety of enquiries including:
- Forgotten or lost online boarding pass
- How to check in
- The airport bag drop deadlines
- Ryanair’s boarding procedure
- Changing a booking after checking-in online
- The online check-in deadlines
- Boarding gate closure times
- T&C and the travel documents which are accepted by Ryanair
Contact Ryanair on 0870 025 0086
Ryanair are known for their low-cost no-frills service and are always looking for ways to save money for their customers. For example new Ryanair aircraft have been delivered with non-reclining seats, no seat-back pockets, safety cards stuck on the back of the seats instead of being loose, and life jackets stowed overhead rather than under the seat. These measures help to enable faster cleaning and security checks during the short turnaround times. It was reported in various media that Ryanair wanted to order their aircraft without window shades although the new aircraft do have them as it is required by the regulations of the Irish Aviation Authority.
Other proposed measures to reduce frills have included removing two toilets to add six more seats, redesigning the aircraft to allow an area for standing passengers travelling in a type of vertical seat, charging passengers for using the toilet which has so far been badly received by passengers, charging extra for overweight passengers which again has been seen as unfair discrimination, and asking passengers to carry their checked-in luggage to the plane.
Ryanair is famous for its ‘cheap flights’ promise, with flights to several destinations throughout Europe such as Spain, Ireland and Germany amongst many others. When you book your flights with Ryanair, you can check in online and print your own boarding passes. This can save you time by avoiding the check in desk queue which frequent travellers will tell you can be very long and time consuming. To check in at the airport you must print off your boarding pass beforehand or if you have lost it on the way to the airport or left it at home, this can be re-printed for you at the airport but there is likely to be a fee for doing this. Charging this fee along with other added fees is something that Ryanair has been criticised for in the past. If you are travelling with young children, you can purchase priority boarding which allows you to board the plane first and avoid the queue at the departure gate as well as giving you more time to settle yourself and your children into your seats.
Who are Ryanair?
Ryanair was founded in 1985 by the Ryan family and has seen rapid growth from a small airline operating domestic flights to becoming one of the best known for low-cost flights around Europe. Ryanair’s route network serves around 28 countries in Europe and Morocco. The airline has a fleet of around 300 Boeing 737-800 aircrafts. The main airports used are Dublin Airport and London Stansted. The airline has over 8000 employees across all levels of the business. To find out more about Ryanair, you can visit the website.
Ryanair’s largest base is at London Stansted in the United Kingdom followed by its home base at Dublin Airport. Ryanair operates over 70 bases across Europe and North Africa, some of which only have a single aircraft.
Ryanair prefers to fly to smaller or secondary airports usually outside major cities to help the company benefit from lower landing fees and quick turn-around times to reduce their costs allowing them to charge less for their flights.
Ryanair contact number 0870 025 0086