What is a connecting flight?
A connecting flight is a flight that requires you to change from one plane to another at an intermediate airport (connection point).
For a smooth connection between flights, it is important to give yourself enough time between the arrival of your first flight and the departure of your next flight.
What is the minimum/maximum time allowed for a connecting flight?
The maximum time allowed for a connecting flight is 6 hours.
Can I change my connecting flights?
Yes, however you cannot change your flights on our website, you will need to contact our Contact Centre to make changes.
Flight changes can only be made to the entire journey. One flight change fee will apply per journey (outbound or inbound journey) and you must pay for any price difference between your existing flight and the flight you are changing to.
Please note that flights purchased as part of our Connecting Flight service are booked under one reservation number and cannot be split.
If I do not take the first flight sector of my journey, can I still take the second sector?
In the event of disruptions leading to your flight being diverted to another airport, or where you are being re-routed via a different airport, Ryanair will be unable to transfer your baggage. As a result, you will need to collect your baggage at the intermediate airport and re-check-in at the check-in desk.