ONE BAG ONLY: Ryanair has changed its hand luggage policy and customers are NOT happy

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PASSENGERS flying on Ryanair will no longer be allowed two small bags on board unless they are willing to pay for it.Ryanair.b737-800.aftertakeoff.arp_

The Dublin-based carrier said it made the decision as flights are being stalled due to a lack of space in overhead lockers.

From November 1 those travelling on the low-budget airline will only be able to carry a bag no larger than 35cm x 20cm x 20cm on board, with larger wheelie bags being placed in the hold free of charge.

The luggage drop-off will take place at the boarding gate instead of at check-in.

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