29 APRIL 2013
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It seems that the ‘basic’ airlines are now no longer basic as reserved seating becomes more and more the norm.
Ryanair, the leader in Europe for utility air travel, has announced an extension of its reserved seating service, moving from 6 to 8 rows on all aircraft with the addition of rows 32 and 33, which will allow up to 45 passengers per flight to pre-book their preferred seats on eight reserved rows (1, 2, 5, 15, 16, 17, 32 and 33).
Ryanair’s optional reserved seating service, which includes priority boarding, allows passengers to reserve seats in the front or rear of the aircraft (for a quick getaway on arrival) and on over-wing rows (for greater legroom). It also offers families and groups of passengers the chance to sit together on four other rows. However if a bus is used on arrival, forget it. Just join the crowd.
The reserved seating service costs £10 each way (£15 on longer routes e.g. to/from Canary Islands) and is available at the time of flight booking and when checking-in online. www.ryanair.com
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