Safety Watchdog investigates Ryanair after refusing to let travelers use seats near emergency exit

Posted on March 21, 2012 • Filed under: Spain, Travel News

The budget airline Ryanair is under investigation by safety watchdogs after refusing to let passengers use seats by emergency exits unless they pay an extra £10. Because of the additional charge these seats are often empty as travellers will not pay for what amounts to a few extra inches of legroom.But even though they ban travellers from these more comfortable seats, Ryanair still expects passengers in the surrounding rows to follow directions on how to open these doors in an emergency. Read article

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