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New Ryanair app lets you use your phone as a boarding pass

The app is part of the company’s friendlier policy which saw it simplify its website and allow two carry-on bags.

Source: Ryanair

RYANAIR HAS TODAY launched an updated version of its app today which allows you to not only browse and book flights but also check-in and use your phone as a boarding pass.

The airline company first launched its app, charging customers €3 to download it. The services on the older version of the app were limited to bookings, baggage check-ins and timetables.

This updated version, however, is free to download on in iTunes and for Android.

Source: Ryanair

It is available in English, Italian and Spanish, with further language versions to follow, the company said.

Speaking in Dublin today, Chief Marketing Officer Kenny Jacobs said the app is part of the company’s new ‘Always Getting Better’ programme which saw it ease up its strict carry-on baggage policy and simplify its website.

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