Ryanair Zero Change Fee Policy

Does anyone know whether Ryanair's Zero Change Fee policy still applies. i.e. you are allowed to change your flight twice without charge if there are legitimate reasons connected to Covid-19? I can't find any references on their web site so I am assuming no.


  • onashoestringonashoestring Forumite
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    It depends on when you booked your flights -

    It applied to bookings made between 10 June 2020 and prior to 30 September 2021, for travel before 31 December 2021.

  • imgeorge54imgeorge54 Forumite
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    Thanks, I guess that makes booking with Ryanair a big risk again. I wonder if the other airlines offer any safety net?
  • CKhalvashiCKhalvashi Forumite
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    Wizz Flex will leave you with just the difference in flight price, but forget it if you book one of the £9-ish fares (I went to Gdansk with mom for £36 return for 2 people with WDC in October, currently in Ukraine on a £47 return with WDC for 2 people with OH). £90-ish return PP tends to be the minimum for it to be worthwhile. WDC is a paid service so this is why I'm declaring I use it for fare purposes.

    BA will generally give a voucher in case of change of mind, but it's up to you to decide if paying generally more is worth it for flexibility.
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