Ryanair has quietly raised the cost of taking two pieces of carry-on luggage on selected flights - just months after bringing in the charge.
The low-cost carrier announced in January that passengers would have to pay £5 for priority boarding to ensure that they could take two bags into the cabin with them. If they don't pay and turn up to the gate with two bags, the larger one is placed in the hold for free.
However, it appears that the fee to ensure passengers can keep both carry-on bags with them on board has been increased in some cases.
According to Which? Travel there's an increase of £1 to £6 on certain flights if the customer opts for priority boarding when making their booking online.
Or if they only opt for priority boarding when they check in online, the fee for selected routes raises to £7.
It is unclear which flights have the increased priority boarding fee
If this is true----------So much for transparency--