Ryanair will no longer accept a driver’s licence as a valid form of identification from October 1. Instead, it is reminding passengers to bring their valid passport or a government issued National Identity card when travelling on all Ryanair flights.
It said passengers, who arrive at an airport without a valid form of identification, as advised and agreed to at the time of their booking, will not be able to travel. Ryanair’s Stephen McNamara said:“Ryanair has moved to simplify our identification policy to avoid passenger confusion.”
It may be worth adding a little note to your website or emails for clients coming to you through Ryanair inbound flights reminding them that they now need a passport for all routes even internal UK.