I am a big fool - have booked flights with Ryanair next week using maiden name and only noticed after I had printed off my boarding pass after checking in online.
Phoned their help line and apparently I just take my marriage certificate with me and that should be ok, but this isn't what I've heard from others before. I thought I had to pay a hefty fine to change name? Does this sound right to you?
Just need reassurance that others have done this and am not going completely mad really.
Umm... where are you going? Presumably somewhere in Europe?
I was under the impression a marriage certificate was OK, but when my SIL went on honeymoon to the US, she was told that she absolutely could not travel if the name on the passport and tickets did not match.
Fortunately she hadn't got round to changing her passport so it was OK, but I would make doubly sure. I think it's less strict in Europe though.
Going within Europe - passport in married name but tickets in maiden name.
Woman on phone said to take certificate and that would be fine, but I just can't believe it would be that simple. I am prepared to pay hefty fine but she said it wouldn't be necessary. Will brace myself for the worst I think and hope they let me pay the extra on the day.
if you take the marriage certificate it should be okay .... do you have an old passport - you could take that as well - i have done this a few times, but if you dont take your marriage certificate you will have to buy a whole new ticket, which has happened to me!