Ryanair launches improved sport equipment service

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Ryanair, Europe’s favourite airline, announced on Tuesday (28 April) its enhanced sport equipment carriage service and reduced its fees from a €50 flat rate into 5 different categories; bike, large sport, skis, golf bag and small sport, making it even easier for customers to travel with their sporting equipment on Europe’s lowest fares.

Ryanair customers can now book the following options:

  • Bike – €60 each way
  • Large sport (including but not limited to surfboard, canoe, kayak etc.) – €60 each way
  • Skis – €40 each way (reduced from €50)
  • Golf bag –  €30 each way (reduced from €50)
  • Small sport (fishing rod, bowling ball, racquet, hockey stick etc.) – €30 each way (reduced from €50)

This is the latest in an on-going series of Ryanair customer experience improvements under the “Always Getting Better” programme, including the launch of the new Ryanair website, a new app with mobile boarding passes, allocated seating, a second carry-on bag allowance and a dedicated family service, Family Extra, as Ryanair continues to offer so much more than just the lowest fares, with further improvements to come in 2015.

Ryanairs Chief Marketing Officer, Kenny Jacobs said:

“Ryanair is pleased to announce that we have cut our sports equipment check in fees from a €50 flat rate into 5 different categories including bike (€60), large sport (€60), skis (€40), golf bag (€30) and small sport (€30), making it even easier for customers to travel with their sporting equipment on Europe’s lowest fares.

This is the latest in an on-going series of Ryanair customer experience improvements under the “Always Getting Better” programme, including the launch of the new Ryanair website, a new app with mobile boarding passes, allocated seating, a second carry-on bag allowance and a dedicated family service, Family Extra, as Ryanair continues to offer so much more than just the lowest fares, with further improvements to come in 2015, including a new website and app, new cabin interiors, new crew uniforms and inflight menus, reduced airport fees, and great new digital features such as ‘hold the fare’, destination content and fare comparison services.”

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