Ryanair website and app DOWN as customers say they are unable to check in or book flights

  The Sun 
FURIOUS Ryanair passengers are left scrambling after the airline’s website and app crashed, leaving them unable to check in or book flights. Customers are left with an error message which reads: “Our site is currently down for maintenance.” Passengers using the airline’s app are told they will be unable to use services until 2am due […]
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