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Ryanair just made some big changes to its hand luggage policy – and travellers aren't happy

Ryanair has revealed it’s changing its hand luggage allowance, meaning passengers will no longer be able to put a small suitcase into the hold for free. The budget airline made the announcement on Monday, revealing that only passengers with priority tickets will be able to take two pieces of hand luggage on board from 1 November. Under the airline’s previous policy, which came into effect in January 2018, customers were allowed to take a small handbag on board, with small wheelie cases under 10kg placed in the hold free of charge. However, customers will now have to pay at least

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