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Unnecessary fees for families on airlines
"Unnecessary fees for families on airlines"

"Get to sit together without extra cost."

"you Pay extra for the seat reservation on the flight for the entire traveling party will get to sit together?it can be a completely unnecessary cost. nEnligt a report from the consumer association Which may families and groups sit together, even if they do not pay for it. "

"It is quite common that airlines charge an extra fee when passengers book a special place in the planet. It can be especially important for families with children, couples or groups to book places if you want to sit together during the journey. "

"But now it turns out that it can be a completely unnecessary cost for the passengers. The british consumer association Which has analysed 3 357 passengers travel in economy class. The conclusion of the report is that 86 percent of the time that a company neglected to pay for the reservation / presentation, they have still been placed together. The figure rises to 90% apart from Ryanair, reports the Daily Mail. "

"the Half is allowed to sit together on the Ryanair"

"flying with Ryanair is a little more hard. If you as a passenger choose to pay for a place and keep my fingers crossed that you still get to sit together – is often disappointed. Only 46% of those who rated seat had to sit with their travel companion. "

"According to the Daily Mail recognises the airline that they do not care significantly about keeping a travel companion that does not pay. But they deny that they put in the system to divide a group."

"Airlines such as British Airways and TUI say they never separate parents and children under the age of 12. On Ryanair's Swedish web site one can read that the adults travelling with children must purchase a reserved seat for a reduced fee of eur 6. Such sites are present on lines 18 to 33."

"the Swedish airline GREAT does not charge any fees at all for the booking of places, where you get to choose your seat, even on international trips. On the SAS sits children under twelve years of age, always together with their parents, or other travel companion, whether you paid for his seat or not. "

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