Airline seating policy under investigation by regulator



The Civil Aviation Authority has announced an investigation into airline seating policy, after it was revealed that some companies deliberately split up groups of passengers so they have to pay to sit together.
A CAA survey of more than 4,000 passengers who travelled as part of a group on ten airlines last year found just over half of respondents were told they would have to pay more to sit together before they booked. A total of 18% said they had been separated from their travelling companions when they chose not to pay to sit together.
Among Ryanair passengers, 35% of those polled were... read more

 
6 February 2018 in Auto, Views: 80
Source: The Week
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