Time will shrink from four days to 48 hours unless travellers pay extra for seating
Millions of Ryanair passengers booked on flights after 13 June will have shorter check-in periods, in a move likely to encourage more travellers to pay for reserved seating.
The budget airline said its check-in window for passengers who have not paid for reserved seating will shrink from four days to 48 hours. But if customers pay for a reserved seat – which costs from £3 each way but rises to £15 for seats with more leg room – they will be allowed to check in up to 60 days before flying.
Source: The Guardian