By Euro Weekly News Media • 20 April 2011 • 10:10
PULPI’S GEODA: Juan Pedro Garcia and Fernando Gimenez with Pulpi councillors
Photo credit: Diputacion de Almeria
LOW cost airlone Ryanair, announced it will trial a reserved seating service on its Dublin – Malaga and Dublin – Gatwick routes from May 16. The pre-booked service costs €10 (each way) including priority boarding, and allows passengers to pre reserve seats in the front two rows, for a prompt exit on arrival, or in over wing rows which provide greater legroom.
If this new service proves popular with passengers then the airline will “roll it out selectively on other Ryanair routes in the coming months,” Ryanair’s Stephen McNamara said.
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