In certain countries airlines are required to provide passenger data to certain government authorities.
Accordingly any information we hold about you and your travel arrangements may be disclosed to the government authorities of any country in your itinerary.
Please note - when you check in online the required passenger data is provided and you do not need to provide this information separately.
Can I supply this information to you online?
There’s no need to supply this information separately, it is automatically collected when you check-in online.
Who will the data be passed to?
The data you provide to Ryanair may be given to Border Control authorities, who have a legal right to receive the data. They may share it with other enforcement bodies for the purposes of preventing and combating terrorism and other serious crime.
Which countries have legislation to permit access to my data?
Ryanair are required to collect the passport or EU/EEA issued National Identity Card details of all passengers departing from the UK, Ireland and Morocco to Spain or the Canary Islands/Balearic Islands, Portugal or to/from Morocco to/from the UK.
What will the authorities be using this passenger data for?
The Passenger data that we pass to authorities may be used for law enforcement and crime prevention purposes.
What data do you hold about me?
Ryanair only hold data that we require for the purpose of doing business with you.
This may include details you have provided to us such as passport/ID details, any special assistance requested, your payment details and your contact information.