Ryanair shares flight seat hack for passengers who want to be ‘first on and off’ | Travel News | Travel
The airline added: “It’s not every day you get to fly with 20 or more of your nearest or dearest, in fact there’s usually a very good reason why you’re travelling in a pack.
“Whether you’re jetting off with a stag party, on a hen weekend, or heading to an away match, it makes sense to reserve your seats as a group booking. Don’t leave it to chance!”
Britons travelling with Ryanair on a big group holiday, like a hen party, might want to reserve their seats as a group booking.
If tourists don’t reserve seats together on Ryanair they will be randomly allocated which could break up a big group.
While these hacks can be handy, they often come at an extra charge so that is something that travellers must consider.
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