Ryanair announcement - All flights to/from Spain - Hand baggage only - during Spanish strike on 29th September
Tuesday 28, September 2010
Ryanair reminds all passengers that due to strike action by some transport unions in Spain on Wednesday 29th September 2010 all flights to/from Spain on the 29th September will operate with cabin baggage only.
All passengers intending to travel on Ryanair flights to/from Spain (including Balearic and Canary Islands) on Wednesday the 29th September are now required to re-check-in online up to 23:00hrs (GMT) on the 28th September and reprint new boarding passes. This will facilitate passengers and reduce potential queues at the airports.
Ryanair plans to operate all flights on that day, but as the action may impact our third party baggage handling services, we will be unable to accept checked baggage on all flights to/from Spain (including Balearic & Canary Islands)on Wednesday 29th September 2010.
Passengers who have paid for checked baggage who are now travelling on the 29th September with cabin baggage ONLY, can apply for a refund of the bag fee paid by clicking on the link below.
All passengers booked to travel on flights to/from Spain & Islands on the Wednesday 29th September have been be contacted by email at the email address provided at the time of booking to give them full details of the options available
If you do not wish to travel on your booked flight to/from Spain (including Balearic & Canary Islands) on the 29th September.
Click on the link below to rebook to the same destination airport on an alternative flight/date free of charge (subject to availability). Customers can access this link up to the 30/09/2010.
PLEASE NOTE: If your booking has a return flight included which has not been affected and you have already checked in for that flight you will NOT be able to transfer your return flight to a different date. If you wish to do this you will need to call our reservation centre.
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