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    Flying Ryanair wth Children
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    • 24th May 05, 2:19 PM
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    Flying Ryanair wth Children 24th May 05 at 2:19 PM
    Abit of a stupid question, but I am a little worried so I will ask anyways.

    Flying to Reus on Saturday with my Children, I know all about free seating and Ryanair, having flown before, but this is the first time my children will experience it.

    The question is, at what age do children cease to be children for boarding first? My children are 13, 10 and 9 and I would say only slighty nervous flyers, it will be the "scrum" that may upset them more if an inconsiderate person pushes past.

    If Ryanair or you think they are too old for boarding first, thats fine, I will make sure I get to Luton Airport in plenty of time to hopefully get an early boarding pass.

    Thanks for your time.

    Concerned Father of MK
    Proud Member of the Lose Weight Thread on I Wanna..................

    Started January 2006 Total loss 180.8lb 82Kg 12st12.8lb

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