Monday , April 19 2021

Ryanair will disable its website and mobile app



On Monday, November 5, the international airline Ryanair announced the planned upgrading of its website and mobile phone application. As we learn directly from the company, from Wednesday, November 7th, 18:00 to Thursday, November 8th to 6:00, both services will not be available. Hours are given in accordance with Central European Time (CEE). As the company explains, the cause of the inconvenience will be system updates. During this time, online check-in will not be available.

Ryanair stresses that it has contacted all its customers who traveled on Wednesday, November 7th and Thursday, November 8, by sending an e-mail and an SMS. Passengers were asked to check online on Tuesday 6 November before updating the system. Upgrading will not be able to create new reservations or modify existing ones.

Information about a break in service was provided by Robin Kiely from Ryainair. – We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience and encourage all travelers these days to check online on Tuesday 6 November. The update aims to improve the functionality of the No. 1 website among airlines in Europe – said Robin Kiely, responsible for Ryanair's communications.


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