On 17th January, Ryanair added another fee to the price of a Ryanair flight, with the introduction of a €0.25 levy per passenger for all bookings made from that date.
The airline said it has introduced the fee to cover the inclusion of airlines in the EU Emissions Trading System (ETS), which aims to cut greenhouse gases.
All European airlines will face the additional cost, and it is expected that others beyond Ryanair will put the price of tickets up to cover the ETS scheme.
A family of four travelling on Ryanair will pay an additional €2 on a return ticket and it comes soon after it said it will cost more to put bags in the hold, especially during the busy summer months.
Report by Craig McGinty