In another bid to love its customers, Ryanair is to close its website for upgrade maintenance during the upcoming weekend.
The downtime will be for the following:
- Online check-in will be “offline” between 1600 on Friday May 18 and 1200 on Sunday May 20,
- Bookings and Flight Changes will not be allowed for hours between 2200 on Friday and 2200 on Sunday
As Ryanair is all heart, if you fail to check-in online, or print your boarding pass during the offline periods and you deciding to do it at the aiport will incur Ryanair’s usual fees – £60 a pass.
So if you’re flying Ryanair this weekend, check in as soon as is reasonably possible if you’re flying in any direction this weekend.
Ryanair bleats about it at http://www.ryanair.com/en/news/ryanair-com-24-hour-website-closure-18-and-19-may, making vauge promises that the upgrade will make things three times quicker.
Whatever three times quicker is in this world these days. Obviously, I’d expect some performance metrics to be released about their website…
Oh wait, this is Ryanair….