Ryanair extends “reserved seating service”

Up to 45 passengers per flight can pre-book seats

Ryanair says that its “reserved seating service” will be extended, moving from six to eight rows on all aircraft with the addition of rows 32 and 33. The move will allow up to 45 passengers per flight to pre-book preferred seats, with rows that can be booked now being 1, 2, 5, 15, 16, 17, 32 and 33.
The carrier’s reserved seating allows passengers to book seats in the front or rear of the aircraft, if they need a quick getaway on arrival, or above the wings for a bit more legroom. Families and couples also get a chance to sit together. The service also includes priority boarding. It costs €10 or €15 each way depending on the length of the route.
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