Reserved seating on all routes from 10th January 2012
RYANAIR EXTENDS RESERVED SEATING TO ALL ROUTES FROM JANUARY 10th 2012 AFTER TRIAL SUCCESS
RESERVE YOUR SEATS ON ALL RYANAIR ROUTES FOR JUST €10 FROM JANUARY
Ryanair, the world’s favourite airline, today (22nd Nov) announced that it will extend its popular reserved seating service to all its routes, after successfully trialling it on over 100 routes since May. The pre-booked service, which will be bookable on all routes from 10th Jan 2012, costs just €10 (each way) and includes priority boarding. The optional service allows passengers to pre-reserve seats in the front two rows, for a quick getaway on arrival, or in over wing rows (16&17), which provide greater legroom, and has proven to be very popular with Ryanair passengers during its summer 2011 trial.
Ryanair will continue to offer its Priority Boarding service for just €5, with priority and reserved seating passengers allowed to board the aircraft first. Those travelling with passengers under 16 years of age can reserve seats in row 2 only due to safety restrictions.
Ryanair’s Stephen McNamara said,
“Ryanair is pleased to extend our popular reserved seat service on all our routes from 10th January 2012 when, for just €10, passengers on all routes will be able to pre-reserve their favourite seats in the front two rows, to ensure a prompt exit on arrival, or in over wing exits, for extra legroom.”