Class rating 5.7
- Boarding 6.6
- Seat for sitting 6.1
- Seat for sleeping 1.2
- Service 5.2
- Entertainment 1.1
- Food & drink 3.1
- Punctuality 8.1
- Baggage 3.8
- Of course, your ratings vary widely for different classes. Choose one below for full details.
Ryanair offers an economy-only product across its Boeing 737-800 fleet. Seats are configured 3-3, with one single row of three at the front on the left hand side, and with a seat pitch of 30 inches (76cm). The exception is the emergency exits.
Ryanair operates an unassigned seating policy, but the first two rows and the exit seats can be reserved for €10 each way.
The first two rows allow for a speedy exit from the flight, while rows 16 and 17 can also be reserved if you want extra legroom. Note that under 16s can only reserve row two for safety reasons.
The carrier also operates a €5 priority boarding system for all other seats.
Ryanair is flying at its most basic. Seats do not recline and there are no window blinds. Expect to pay heavily for everything on board.
What do you think of Ryanair Economy?
Tell us all about it - we're offering fantastic prizes for the best reviews every month.
Apologies for the tardiness of my return Fraght review. Far too busy enjoying life last week…Anyway find below. The home straight and it’s all about timing it right. DUB >>EDI “Voodoo Prince“ romping home in the afternoon must be a good omen for our evening sprint across the Irish sea. As well as ensuring our trip finishes with a profitable kick into our winning... more
Punchestown festival for a score each way… or £40 return, for those not in racing lingo land it’s a sure winner…and no apologies for the forthcoming horsey puns.... EDI –DUB…. DEPARTURE Mate dropped me and my two pals off at the airport. Paid my pal the £1 for the pleasure of getting dropped off so I can avail myself of EDI’s facilities. Wonder why Ladbrokes or Paddy... more