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Easyjet to introduce allocated seating on their flightsBudget airline Easyjet has confirmed it will be introducing allocated seating on all of its flying services, meaning the mad rush of getting on the plane will no longer be a problem for future passengers.

It can become a hugely stressful experience with the current first come, first served system, with people squirming, pushing and shoving their way to the front of the queue in order to get the best seats for the flights. However, testing the allocated seating on 800,000 passengers across 6,000 trial flights, the new measure means that passengers looking to reserve their seats will pay just £3, while those wishing to sit at the front of the aircraft will have to part with a meagre £8.

Offering services from multiple cities to Barcelona, those staying in any of the Barcelona hotels can take advantage of the fantastic new facilities, ensuring they have their perfect seat reserved on the plane before they get on board.

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