VISITORS to Ryanair’s website and app are being greeted by an error message.
Users have taken to Twitter to vent their anger but the company has yet to respond.
— Navin Sekhon (@seknav) April 3, 2018
Many are voicing their concerns able not being able to check in, which if not done beforehand usually results in an extra cost at the airport.
@Ryanair It seems your website is down so I can't currently check in online. I have 50 minutes to check into my flight today. Can you help? Thanks
— Mark Scott (@0markmarkmark) April 3, 2018
@Ryanair won’t let me check in the app claims no internet connection but everything else works. Is this a way of getting cash to check in from me??
— Ken (@kmrvt) April 3, 2018
@Ryanair I can not access your website so I can’t access my boarding passes!! Urgent. My flight is in 30 minutes.
— Marcus Nelson (@mnelson265) April 3, 2018
The Olive Press has contacted Ryanair.
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