Ryanair is to perform an about-face and introduce reserved seating on some flights, it announced April 19.
Europe's largest budget carrier said that it would trial reserved seating, where customers are issued with a seat number before boarding, on certain flights operating to and from Dublin and the UK/Spain.
The new system, which will come into effect May 16, will allow customers to pre-reserve seats in the first two rows or over-wing rows (where there is more legroom) for an additional €10 each way, which includes priority boarding, normally €4.
A spokesperson for the airline said that if the service proved popular, it would be rolled out selectively on other Ryanair routes in the coming months.
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