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It has indeed changed one year ago. From https://www.ryanair.com/en/terms-and-conditions/regulations-reservedseating/: ALLOCATED SEATING - ALL FLIGHTS FROM 8 APRIL 2014 ONWARDS [...] Customers who do not wish to select and purchase their preferred allocated seat, can check-in online between 7 days and 2 hours before each booked flight and will ...


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Edit: newer answers indicate that Ryanair have changed procedures. Please note that this info may be out of date Ryanair seating typically works in that at some point, people are invited to board, a queue forms (it may have already done so) and everyone piles on the plane, taking seats as they find them. If it is important to sit as a group, then your best ...


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There are two ways, depending on the kind of BA flight you booked with AA. If you booked the BA flight under the AA flight number, eg American Airlines flight 6543, Operated by British Airways, then all you need to do is add your British Airways Executive Club number to the booking. After a few minutes, log into your BAEC account, and look at your upcoming ...


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No, there will be no refund. The Indian railway states RAC(reservation Against Cancellation) as: The passengers whose names figure under R.A.C., are provided reserved sitting accommodation initially and are likely to get berths becoming vacant due to last minutes cancellation of reservation of passengers not turning up in time before the departure of the ...


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I cannot guarantee it will be work in every scenario, but at least in this case, I found an answer. It appears sometime after ticketing, the American Airlines number will work in the BA MMB page, as suggested by IKeelYou - somewhat. I tried it again this morning and it gave me an error, stating that it couldn't find the reservation, but pre-populated the ...


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This is strange that through the BA Manage My Booking tool you cannot access your reservation. According to multiple resources you should be able to access it. These sources suggest different ways to pick a seat. BA uses Amadeus for its bookings so if this does not work on BA tools you can try Amadeus' CheckMyTrip, the tool made to consult an Amadeus ...


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tl;dr: No way. What you need to realize is the GDS systems used by the airlines/hotels/car rentals are beyond ancient and are about as user unfriendly as it can get. When these were designed in the sixties, noone cared about usability and it stuck. So, these days many companies scramble to add some sort of usable interface on top, usually accessible via a ...


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There's no definitive answer to this and it will vary by country and airline. This is what the UK Civil Aviation Authority says: http://www.caa.co.uk/default.aspx?catid=2207&pageid=12706 From a safety point of view children (it doesn't specify an age) SHOULD be seated CLOSE to their parent/guardian. The reasons are many but if you imagine a ...


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Any person above 2 years must have a seat, but where is that seat that's something left for common sense and not covered by any policy I am aware of. Seating policies usually go like "every effort must be made to ensure that families are seated next to each other" and that's it, and as we know, as long as that "effort" costs money, then airlines might ...


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Happens often enough that there appear to be no rules at all about seating children other than not in the exit rows. The airline seat-reservation model certainly has no exceptions for age, but if you call the reservation line they will probably accommodate you next time. If not, maybe enough of: Can I really sit a 4 year old next to innocent strangers ...



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