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It really depends on the airline you fly with, as there is no one rule fits all for seat assignments. Some airlines you can select your seat at booking. Some airlines you can log in after booking to select your seat. Some airlines you can pay to choose your seat. Some you just get what you get. With the first three, you both simply have to do your travel ...


This ought just to be a question of making sure you're both booked in the same cabin class (and, of course, on the same flight), and then checking in together when you reach the airport. There's no rule saying that passengers can only sit next to each other if their tickets are bought together or otherwise "connected" before the flight. (Though a lot of ...

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