Ryanair today (16 June) unveiled its new Leisure Plus fare, offering customers a discounted bundle of travel extras, including priority boarding, a reserved seat and a 20kg bag from just €51.99. Ryanair also launched an improved Business Plus service, with flight change flexibility extended to 2 days either side of the scheduled flight date as well as on the day of travel.
From today, Ryanair customers have a choice of 3 types of fares:
- The guaranteed lowest fares
- Free 10kg cabin bag & smaller 2nd bag
- Free randomly allocated seat
- Priority boarding
- Allocated seat
- 20kg checked-in bag
- Security fast-track
- Priority boarding
- Premium allocated seat
- +2/-2 day flexibility on ticket changes (as well as on the day of travel)
- Dedicated Business Plus desk
- Free airport check-in
These enhanced services are the latest improvements under Year 3 of Ryanair’s “Always Getting Better” programme, which includes new digital features, new cabin interiors, more new routes and even lower fares.
Ryanair’s Kenny Jacobs said:
“Ryanair is pleased to launch Leisure Plus, offering leisure travellers, holidaymakers and city breakers a tailored bundle of discounted travel extras, including priority boarding, a 20kg checked-in bag allowance and an allocated seat – with fares starting from just €51.99. Following extensive customer feedback, Leisure Plus has been specifically designed for leisure customers, allowing family and friends to board first, sit together and carry all they need, while already enjoying Ryanair’s famous low fares, on-time flights, 2 free carry-on bags and improving AGB customer service.
We’ve also enhanced our popular Business Plus offering, extending the flexibility on tickets changes from 1 day to 2 days, either side of the original booked date of departure as well as changes on the day of travel , ensuring an even better service for businesses of all sizes. Over 25% of Ryanair customers travel on business, saving time and money, while enjoying our industry-leading punctuality and the largest route network in Europe with even more business routes connecting Europe’s major cities, through additional flights and improved schedules, and double the number of fast-track airports.”