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I bought a ticket with Ryanair and booked the transfer from the airport to destination. I was expecting to get further instructions, but at the moment, a few hours before the flight, I didn't receive any info. How do these transfers work? Does anyone have experience?

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    The usual way this works (for private transfers) is that your driver will be waiting for you at arrivals (right after baggage claim) with a sign (whiteboard, paper or tablet) with your name.
    – jcaron
    Commented Apr 30 at 1:03
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    Ryanair is a point-to-point low cost carrier, and does not provide post-flight transfers. Still, at least one Ryanair web page links to other providers' private transfers. With whom or what entity did you book the transfer? Commented Apr 30 at 3:33
  • If it is a small airport well away from the city expect a bus/coach, which may have a regular departure spot outside the terminal building.
    – Willeke
    Commented Apr 30 at 4:33
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    @DavidRecallsMonica Ryanair does not provide transfers, but you can book a transfer or rent a car via their web, together with booking a flight ticket. Commented Apr 30 at 8:20
  • @DavidRecallsMonica Ryanair doesn't operate the transfer but sells the service, as an extra, as part of the booking process. No all airports have such service available.
    – nsn
    Commented May 20 at 13:11

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My experience:

When I got to the destination airport, outside, there was a man waiting with a sign saying, "Ryanair transfers". I checked with him, he had my name and from there everything was normal. He then routed me to the van doing my transfer.

Note: The transfer went quite badly, both for the time I waited and the fact that I was left at the wrong destination. But that's the fault of the operator and I will address it in the proper place.

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    Thank you for sharing your experience! When I saw your question back then I had to admit I wondered whether the transfers were private or shared (not much info on the topic on the Ryanair site). I suppose from your answer that they are shared?
    – jcaron
    Commented May 20 at 15:41

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