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- Answered a Question by Parkinson (14 Apr 19 00:31)

Yes they get you both ways. £30 if I recall to pre-book your seats, each way. It is however worth doing if you want to be guaranteed to be together. You may be lucky but on our flight to Barbados in March there were 2 or 3 groups who had been split up. The airline will no doubt have odd seats left once those who have pre-booked have done so, it is then pot luck if you are together.

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- Answered a Question by Parkinson (14 Apr 19 12:32)

With the exception of Ryanair, having done over twenty flights in the last 12 months I have never paid for seats, and don't intend to. I just get online as soon as the online bookings open and have been seated together every time. Just another scaremongering con IMO.

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