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The kinder, gentler Ryanair spin-doctoring continues, with seating to be completely allocated rather than a cattle herd. And -- gasp -- maybe for free. Or maybe not, free being a foreign word at Europe's biggest airline carrier by passenger volume. The Telegraph from the UK carried the story and said that a fee remains possible.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/travelnews/10424541/Ryanair-to-introduce-allocated-seating.html

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