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    That reminds me - I was on one of their flights last week, where they made a big deal of announcing that the weights and balances had been pre-calculated and that everyone should sit in their allocated seats...

    What I wonder did they do in all the years before they allocated seats?
     
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    Block off the rows at the front and the back when the passenger load was low.

    This isn't just a RyanAir problem. It's down to the poxy seat allocation systems introduced to generate revenue. People who don't cough get allocated poxy seats. If the flight isn't full there may be large blocks of rather better seats available. Now you may want people to stay where they are because of load management - or as part of revenue management (if people who paid for non-poxy seats see others get non-poxy seats without paying they might be more inclined not to pay and chance it next time around).
     
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    If i have to travel Ryan Air i always pre book row 1 a and b there and back then i'm last on 1st off its worth the £15, That reminds me i'm going to spain next week on row 1a and b with them
     
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