Passengers can now check-in on Ryanair with a smartphone

Ryanair app
The airline’s new app allows passengers to book and check in using only their smartphones. – See more at: http://www.independent.ie/life/travel/travel-news/new-ryanair-app-signals-the-end-of-paper-boarding-passes-30429618.html#sthash.zQDK80sn.dpuf

Ryanair has launched its brand new app making it possible for passengers to browse, book, check-in and board using their smartphone.

The airline has launched a new app allowing passengers to book and check in using only their smartphones – See more at: http://www.independent.ie/videos/irish-news/michael-oleary-shows-off-ryanairs-new-app-30430729.html#sthash.SHK8539V.dpuf
The airline has launched a new app allowing passengers to book and check in using only their smartphones – See more at: http://www.independent.ie/videos/irish-news/michael-oleary-shows-off-ryanairs-new-app-30430729.html#sthash.SHK8539V.dpuf

The Ryanair app, which is available to download in both iPhone and Android formats, allows customers to:

  • Log in with their ‘My Ryanair’ profile
  • Search Ryanair’s 1,600 low fare routes
  • Make quicker flight bookings
  • Choose & book allocated seats
  • Manage bookings & add baggage
  • Book hotels & car hire
  • Book optional services such as insurance
  • Check-in & download mobile boarding passes
  • View live flight information

Ryanair’s new app is available in English, Italian and Spanish, with further language versions to follow, and is free to download today from the iTunes App Store and the Google Play Store or from Ryanair.com.

Ryanair’s Chief Marketing Officer, Kenny Jacobs said:

“We’re delighted to launch our great new Ryanair app today, offering our customers the lowest fares and Europe’s biggest route choice in the palm of their hand. We’ve worked hard to develop a product which we’re proud of and which will make travelling with Ryanair even better and our customers can expect regular app updates that will make it an even more useful travel tool. Our ‘Always Getting Better’ programme has delivered better services, more choice and enhanced inflight and digital experiences for our customers and we look forward to making further improvements for the 84m people who will fly with us this year.”

Earlier in 2014,  Ryanair announced a deal with Google to make its flight information available on the search engine’s Flight Search tool.

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