to avoid paying an additional £28 to reserve seats and in the knowledge that Jet2 say that online check in will seat 2 people together I am trying to check in online for flights to Tenerife. The allocated seats are never together as Jet2 apparently fill all single seats first. This means that copuples could be in different rows or one sitting in seat A and the other in seat F. Appears to me to be nothing more that a means os extorting a further few quid out of thier clients. Even though there may be empty seats on the flight cabin staff will not allow you to occupy them why?
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