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    lalamb77
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    Worth paying for Priority Boarding with Ryanair - have young children
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    • 23rd Jun 09, 10:43 PM
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    Worth paying for Priority Boarding with Ryanair - have young children 23rd Jun 09 at 10:43 PM
    Looking for some sound advice, if poss.

    A large family group of us are traveling from Birmingham to Reus next month. There are 6 adults, 3 children (aged 5 or under) and two babies less than 1 year old.

    We don't mind being split up into smaller groups but for the obvious reasons we want at least one parent sat next to the children.

    I know that at one point priority boarding was used by the majority of passengers because of the "free with online check-in" saga but wondered if PBers were still the majority, or whether we could get a way with not paying out for Priority Boarding if we got to the gate early?

    Any advise on this would be appreciated, particularly from people who have flown recently with Ryanair and can advise me on whether PB is essential for families with young children.

    Many thanks in advance.
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