Next time, convince a friend to come along & carry a baggage, than pay the extra fee for a large bag on Ryanair. Now you know.
WhichAirline has helpfully mapped out all the low cost airlines in Europe and their baggage allowances, costs and fees. And some surprising conclusions: Did you know it can actually be cheaper to pay for your friend to fly with you and carry a piece of baggage, rather than pay up to €135 in Ryanair fees? Or that leaving toiletries at home and buying replacements when you get to your destination can be cheaper than taking them with you?
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