Important notice for Ryanair passengers travelling on the 19th and 20th May
Ryanair, the world’s favourite airline, today (15 May) announced that the Ryanair.com website will be closed from 22.00hrs (GMT) on Fri 18 May until midnight Sat 19 May.
Flights will be unaffected and Ryanair has already advised passengers due to travel over the weekend (Sat 19 & Sun 20 May) to make sure they check-in online before 16.00hrs (GMT) on 18 May.
From Sunday, passengers can look forward to faster access and improved passenger updates with an upgraded version of Ryanair.com, which will deliver:
1. 3 times faster access to Ryanair’s low fares
2. 3 times faster access to RyanairHotels.com’s guaranteed lowest hotel prices
3. new SMS text alerts in rare instances of delays over two hours or during periods of widespread disruption.
To celebrate this upgrade, Ryanair is releasing 1 million seats at fares from €10.99 for travel on Mon, Tue & Wed in June, which will be available on over 1,000 of Ryanair’s European routes but must be booked on www.ryanair.com before the upgrade begins at 22:00hrs on Fri 18 May.
Ryanair passengers departing on the 19th and 20th of May, 2012 are kindly advised to check in on-line and print their boarding cards before 6 pm (BUD time) on the 18th May. All passengers travelling with Ryanair have to manage check in and print boarding cards before the website closure. Reissuing boarding cards will have an additional cost of 20400 HUF.
Ryanair’s Stephen McNamara said:
“As Manage my Booking will be unavailable during this 24 hour website closure, we have advised all passengers due to travel over the coming weekend (Sat 19 & Sun 20 May) to check-in on Ryanair.com before 16.00hrs (GMT) Fri 18 May.
From Sunday next, Ryanair passengers will enjoy even faster access to our lowest fares and our guaranteed lowest hotel prices after the Ryanair.com website has been upgraded.
Our upgraded site will improve performance, and allow us to introduce a new SMS text alert system which will deliver real time info to passenger during flight delays of over 2 hours and during periods of mass disruption, such as adverse weather, air traffic control strikes or airspace closures.”