Anyone flying to one of several popular Spanish resorts with Ryanair is now at risk of being banned over their behaviour in airports.

Certain spots, considered 'party' destinations have seen an increase in poor behaviour over the last few years - you know the ones.

Ibiza, Alicante, Barcelona, Malaga, Palma and Tenerife South are all hotspots for Brits jetting abroad in search of a good time, but Ryanair doesn't want the party starting too early.

In emails to passengers with bookings, Ryanair has said: "In order to prioritize the comfort and safety of all passengers, Ryanair will implement the following restrictions on your upcoming flight to Spain:

"Customers will not be allowed to carry alcohol on board and all cabin baggage will be searched at the boarding gates.

"Any alcohol purchased in airport shops or elsewhere must be packed carefully in a suitable item of cabin baggage, which will be tagged at the gate and then placed in the aircraft hold free of charge if you have purchased priority boarding or have a small piece of hand luggage."

Anyone found concealing alcohol and bringing it on board risks being removed from the flight, without refund or compensation.

Similar rules to ensure safe alcohol consumption are in place at a number of Spanish resorts.

Anyone with an all-inclusive booking in areas such as Magalluf, El Arenal, Playa de Palma in Mallorca and Sant Antoni in Ibiza, will only be allowed six alcoholic drinks each day.

Rules on flights:

It is a criminal offence to be drunk on an aircraft.

Cabin crew have the right to refuse to serve any passenger at their discretion.

But if things get out of hand, offenders can receive a maximum sentence of two years' imprisonment according to the Civil Aviation Authority, or fines up to £80,000.

Airlines can also refuse to allow passengers on board if they believe they pose a risk to the plane, with that including being drunk.