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Ryanair targets families

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Love it or hate it, Ryanair is Europe's biggest budget airline (and one of the biggest anywhere) so it cannot be ignored. The Independent newspaper reports that families will be required to make an advance seat reservation to sit together, paying a fee to do so. The report explains that passengers can still take pot luck on seat assignment but families may be separated. The airline apparently faces the pleasant business problem of nearly-full planes which reduces flexibility in seating groups.
http://www.independent.co.uk/travel/news-and-advice/ryanair-seat-booking-families-fee-charge-cheap-flights-tickets-cost-a7160576.html

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