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Ryanair will force parents travelling with children to reserve seats on flights at the cost of £8
29 July 2016 @ 14:26

Ryanair will force parents travelling with children to reserve seats on flights at the cost of £8. 

Under the low-cost carrier's existing rules all passengers can currently choose to save money by having their seats randomly allocated.

But the Dublin-based airline said this has led to 'boarding issues' as crews try to re-seat adults and children who have been separated.

From September 1 adults travelling with children under 12 years old will have to purchase a reserved seat. 

A standard reserved seat costs £8 per flight, according to Ryanair's website.



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randolph said:
29 July 2016 @ 17:42

GOOD! Last flight my husband and I were split up to accommodate a divided family.

Don't know how they will do it with last minute bookings though!



randolph said:
29 July 2016 @ 17:44

GOOD! Last flight my husband and I were split up to accommodate a divided family.

Don't know how they will do it with last minute bookings though!



Christine said:
30 July 2016 @ 11:48

This is a difficult one I realise, but it does smack of Ryanair getting more money from families. This can add as much as £64 to the costs! Why not reduce the cost for children's seats, this would at least help the families who just want to get away with their children.


taraleisure said:
30 July 2016 @ 17:08

According to Ryanair, the charge applies to the parents, not the children.


Weescottie said:
31 July 2016 @ 04:21

If I've selected, booked and paid for my seat, no way would I give it up for someone who hasn't...just saying!


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