Ryanair Extends Successful Reserved Seating To 6 Rows
RESERVE YOUR SEATS ON ALL RYANAIR ROUTES FROM JUST €10/£10
Ryanair, Europe’s only ultra-low cost airline, today (1 Nov) announced that it will extend its popular reserved seat service from 4 to 6 rows by adding rows 5 & 15 on all aircraft from today, which will allow even more passengers to reserve their preferred seats on 6 reserved rows (1, 2, 5, 15, 16 & 17).
Ryanair’s optional reserved seat service, which costs €10/£10 each way (€15/£15 on longer routes e.g. Canary Islands) and includes priority boarding, allows passengers to reserve seats in the front of the aircraft (for a quick getaway on arrival) or in over-wing rows (for greater legroom).
Ryanair will continue to offer its Priority Boarding service for just €5/£5, with priority and reserved seating passengers allowed to board the aircraft first.
Ryanair’s Stephen McNamara said,
“Ryanair is pleased to extend our popular reserved seat service to an additional two rows, which are bookable now, for travel on all routes. Since January, passengers have been able to reserve their preferred seats in the front two rows to ensure a prompt exit on arrival, or in over-wing exits, for extra legroom, from just €10/£10 per flight, which includes priority boarding.
Our reserved seating service will now include rows 5 and 15, meaning greater choice for all Ryanair passengers.”