I've booked roundtrip tickets on Ryanair from point A to point B, for three people.

Is it possible to change return date for only one of them? Or do they require me to change the three of them?

  • What do you mean by "change"? Have you bought flexible tickets? For Ryanair that is highly unlikely and a fairly new option? Your best bet will be to get a new return ticket for the one person and ask for a refund of the fees for the non-used ticket (but make sure not to cancel the tickets for the other two in the process).
    – mts
    Jul 20, 2016 at 14:48

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Ryan air will create a new reference number free of charge for the person who needs to change their flights. I've just done this and it was not a problem. Did it using their on-line chat

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    Thank you, and welcome to TSE; this is very useful. Might you expand it to include the link to the Ryanair? If it's the link in this comment, I can show you how or do it for you.
    – Giorgio
    Jul 22, 2017 at 17:08

It depends on how the tickets were bought:

  • If there was a special offer ('buy two, get one free', or so), then you obviously cannot change one of them.
  • If they are independent (easily visible by the booking code - three different booking codes = independent), the airline wouldn't even now that you have multiple tickets, and it would be no problem to change one without changing the others (always assuming they can be changed at all)
  • If the tickets are on one booking code, it depends on the airline and its willingness. I would expect most airlines to do that without any problems (after all, they get a fee for the change), but Ryanair is not most airlines. So the only way to know is to call them and try.
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    I think you are still over-estimating costumer service of Ryanair.
    – mts
    Jul 20, 2016 at 14:49

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