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Fury as Ryanair seats passengers 'rows apart' unless they pay to sit together
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and yesterday I read 2 posts from people who hadn't paid to select seats on Jet2 and got seated together.
(about 7 mins in)
In the same program Easyjet is praised for seating people together from a single booking.
Elsewhere on one of these 2 Ryanair seating threads (longest running unmerged threads - mods where were you?) I saw the quote from Ryanair's site saying they'll seat you randomly. That must be a trades description issue.
He said there was no splitting up of passengers.
Whether you believe it or not is up to you.
A statistician said the odds of 4 researchers on the same booking on 2 return flights being split up were odds of 1 in 543 million.
"Ooooh, that's massive, isn't it", said the insightful Ms McGovern. :rotfl:
I don't believe him ........I think I will take the research and history of Watchdog over Kenny boy and RA. As they said...........why not just be honest and admit the practice. They would get more respect.........not a lot, but a little..
I firmly believe RA and Kenny were caught with their figurative pants down.
Ohh and I am off to get a couple of scratch cards.