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Allocated Seating on Ryanair Flights From Yesterday

Sat 1st Feb 2014
Allocated Seating on Ryanair Flights From Yesterday

As of yesterday - Friday 31st January - all Ryanair flights will see passengers have the choice of allocated seating when purchasing their tickets.

Never a company to miss an opportunity to charge extra for whatever they can get away with, the low-cost airline has given the passenger three choices at the point of purchase when it comes to choosing their seat :

Premium Seating : Combines priority boarding & disembarking, together with extra leg room on rows 1-5; 16-17 and 32-32. At a surcharge of 10/10, this fee remains the same as Ryanair's previous reserved seat charge.

Standard Seating : Allows passengers to pre-select their preferred choice of seating (subject to availability) at a 5/5 supplement, with the choice of adding priority boarding for a further 2/2 (so basically the same as Premium seating, but without the extra legroom)

Do Nothing : Those who have no preference on their seating plan will be allocated a seat by the airline at no additional cost.

Ryanair passengers who have already purchased priority boarding for flights departing after 1st February can select a standard seat free of charge when checking-in online.