Good news for people who are flying with Ryanair, as the budget airline has just introduced some pretty useful new customer service improvements that should reduce that airport panic.
The improvements were announced as part of the airline's Always Getting Better programme, and include auto check-in (finally!), which allows customers to check-in simultaneously for both sectors when they book return flights and receive both boarding cards in the process, so you won't have to check in all over again ahead of the return flight.
Customers will be able to save preferred bundles of bags, extras, seat preferences and so on as a default in their 'My Ryanair' user profile.
It's only for solo travelers at the mo but will be rolled out to groups and families soon.
Since the AGB programme was introduced in 2014, Ryanair have been continuously working to improve their service, including having allocated seating and a second bag allowance.
No news just yet on inflight wifi, but sure this is a pretty great start!