Contact of Ryanair customer service (phone, address)

Contact Ryanair: Find below customer care details of Ryanair airline, including phone and address. You can reach the below contact for new flight booking, cancellation, refund, baggage claim, cheap airfares, deals or other queries on Ryanair, Europe’s largest low-cost carrier. Besides contact details the page also offers information and links on services of Ryanair.

Ryanair Head Office
Ryanair Corporate Head Office
Dublin Airport
Co. Dublin

Ryanair Customer Care
Customer Service Department
PO Box 11451
Co Dublin
Fax: +353 1 812 1676

Ryanair Reservations (International)
+ 44 871 246 0002

0818 30 30 30
1550 92 70 30

0871 246 0000
0905 566 0000

0900 116 0500
0900 116 0600

0900 210 240
0900 420 211

0892 780 210
0899 194 74

Belgium (Francais)
0902 33 660
0903 88 660

Belgium (English)
0902 33 600
0903 88 600

0900 04 00 860
0900 04 00 856

895 5000 020
899 898 241

00 44 871 2460011
807 110 182

0900 100 0550
0900 100 0750

0900 808 001
0900 999 002

820 040 02
820 750 04

0600 301 334
0600 301 335

0703 303033
0703 703007

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About Ryanair
ryanair-flight-pictureRyanair was founded in the year 1985 and is a lost cost airline with its main base at Dublin Airport, Ireland. Ryanair operates more than 1,400 flights everyday, connecting 160 destinations across 27 countries. The airline, founded by the Ryan family, currently has about 44 bases. As a matter of fact, Ryanair is Europe’s largest low-cost carrier. To read more visit the website at

Destinations – Ryanair flight destinations include Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Italy, Malta, Lithuania, Portugal, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Germany, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, UK, Latvia and more.


  1. Harold Felice Reply

    I have been sending regular emails to Ryanair customer care with regard to a refund I should have received and which apparently was refunded to a wrong account number resulting in the fact that I have not received my refund. So far I am being totally ignored by Ryanair Customer Care. Booking reference is A6WQVS and this after my flights were cancelled by the airline.

  2. My flight was cancelled by Ryanair. They did not refund me the full amount as required by both EU261 and their own Terms and Conditions Article 9.1.2. Claiming that the £47.48 that they pocketed was the cost element for non-refundable insurance paid to them by me in the ticket price. Did they pay the so called third party insurer for flights that never happened?

  3. Jackie greaves Reply

    My son booked with Ryan air to fly to Madrid to start a new career as a teacher they lost his main suitcase with all his worldly belongings we have no success in speaking to anyone that can explain or help us it’s been a nightmare! Personally I would never fly with this company as they have such a bad reputation.

  4. Brendan moran Reply

    I had a family emergency whilst I was away in Galway on 24th August and had to get a coach across Ireland to try and. get a flight home to Manchester. I went to the Ryanair desk on Dublin airport and spoke with a very helpful lady who took it upon herself to get me on a flight the same night. I have been trying to get in touch with her to let her know what happened afterwards and thank her for all her help, but I can’t find a number. Ryanair get a lot of bad press but on this occasion this young lady was a massive help and I don’t know what I would have done without her. If anyone could pass a contact number on to me so I can thank her personally I would be very grateful. Thank you again, Brendan Moran

  5. There was a time when ‘Irish’ inspired images of simple friendliness and calm homeliness.
    Not any more.
    Ryanair is the real-world face of everything bad about ‘modern’, consumerist Ireland: greedy, selfish, uncaring, cheap, tatty, as Irish as Gdansk, illegible, appalling service, over-priced for anything other than people looking for Gulag reenactments.
    On-line check-in is a money making scam – simply not enough bandwidth so it times out instantly for many customers who end up paying the 40+ euro in airport fees.
    Car-hire? LOL… Book direct with any of the hire firms – cheaper and friendlier.
    They have no interest in making things less miserable for the customer.
    BUT – they are cheaper than anyone else (if you are careful not to add anything to your booking) so if you are as cheap as most people are, you’ll be grand after an online rant and you’ll re-book with Ryanair again – just like the rest of us.
    One day, companies like Ryanair will – by law if not by consideration – end up having to give a damn about their customers. But maybe the customers need to show them the way? By looking elsewhere for their travel options.

  6. I have to send an e-mail for the main headquarters of the company .
    I received a very bad treatment at the Lanzarote airport from your customer service. I have read your policy regarding the cancellation of flights, but in this case I strongly believe I have the right to ask for the money back due to the great misunderstanding created by your service center.
    I was waiting in the que for my turn because I did not have the chance to check in and I waited for their approval. The situation was slow. There are cameras in the airport so they recorded everything. When in the end they told me that I could not fly, the panic took over me, unfortunately, I turned to the girl asking her to help me look for a new flight to London, but while I was crying I gave her the phone and the girl booked the trip for me, she gave me back the phone to allow me to put my bank details, she even asked me to check in for me, and since I would not have a place for the night and wifi I said yes, I realized a few hours later looking at my e-mails that the flight was for glasgow, I returned to the airport but ryanair customer service was already closed. I made some mistakes from the beginning, on September 28th I lost a flight so stupidly, and ask the hostess for help, she tried to help me, she even told the other hostess Claudia to help me at least for a room for that night, but the girl she refused to help me, i remember she said she didnt care about it, just because she thought i could not understand spanish language. Very rude. I need the money from my glasgow flight, booked by your hostess, not by me, there are cameras to confirm it, I just put my details. The company of the rent car told me that I should also ask for money regarding the car paid for 4 more days. I wanted to avoid lawyers. Waiting for a response

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