Just like Easyjet they are trialing reserved seating on selected routes next year, details below.
Reserved Seating is available on selected routes to/from Brussels Charleroi, Dublin, London Stansted, Milan Bergamo. (Available for booking on all our routes from 10th January 2012)
A reserved seat in row 2 and (emergency exit) rows 1, 16 & 17 can be purchased in advance online or at a call centre for £10/€10 per one way flight. Reserved seats cannot be purchased at the airport. The priority boarding service is included in the above Reserved Seat fee
To sit in an emergency exit seat (Row 1, 16 or 17) you must be:
•16 years or older
•Willing and able to help in the event of an emergency
•Not traveling with an infant
•Not using a seat belt extender (which could get tangled in an emergency)
The reserved seat fee is non-refundable, even if customers are unable to use their reserved seat for one of the above reasons.
Passengers with reduced mobility, blind/visual impairment or who require special assistance have specific seats allocated for them onboard and therefore should not purchase a reserved seat.
Customers who have booked a reserved seat who subsequently change their flight date/route or passenger name can do so online via Manage My Booking or via a call centre (subject to opening hours). However, the reserved seat cannot be transferred to the new flight/passenger and in these cases the fee is non-refundable.
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