Ryanair will trial reserved seating on two routes from Dublin to Malaga and London Gatwick from May 16 in yet another move to generate more ancillary revenue. The pre-booked service costs €10 ($14.32) each way and includes priority boarding and the reservation of a seat in the front two rows or in over-wing emergency exit rows, which have more leg room. The LCC said it will continue to offer priority boarding service for €4, and it intends to roll the reserved seating out ...

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