would you reccomend priority boarding going from Liverpool to Palma with ryanair?
No just get in the Q early !!
Depnds if you absolutley MUST sit next to your travelling companion. If so, then maybe it's worth it. As it's such a short flight I would say no, just take your chance and get in the queue early. I think you can also pay to select seats on Ryanair now, so that might be an option.
Must say this is why I like flying with Flybe. Seats are allocated at check in, I just sit back while everyone else queues up, then when the queue is down to just a few people, wander up and straight through!
we always choose either our own seats, or priority boarding, after one nightmare of a flight where we were surrounded by a stag party, a hen party and some sports related one. We are pretty open minded and like a laugh and a drink ourselves, but it was awful.....never again
You could still pre book seats ..........who you get sitting next to you ,you cant account for , as P1 just get there early .
I choose priority boarding as I only travel with hand luggage so getting on first means it is right overhead instead of being stuffed in a locker nowhere near your seat.
think ryaniar have recently changed there booking format to include choosing your own seat (at a cost of course)
however having flown Ryanair a number of times from Liverpool to Palma, I have never used the priority boarding option, but have always ensured I got in the "other" queue handy, which has always resulted in us getting either extra legroom seats for me (before they started to charge) or 3 seats together
so long as your not one of the last in the queue to board the plane you should be alright for sitting together
I paid for priority boarding the last time I flew with Ryanair (Prestwick to Palma) as I was flying with hubby and our 2 kids so sitting together was a priority for us.
Before the kids we never bothered with priority boarding, just always made sure we were in the queue early enough and always managed to get seats together.
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