In a drive to expand ancillary revenue, easyJet (U2) will trial allocated seating on selected routes from spring 2012. The low-cost carrier (LCC) said it D expects demand for certain seats, such as the front-row seats and seats with extra leg room, like those on the over-wing exit rows. Passengers will be allocated a specific seat, a move that will bring U2 a step closer to a full-service carrier model.  The company did not detail how much it would charge for the purchase of an ...

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