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Exit row seats

Couple sitting in exit row seats

Stretch out

Why not treat yourself to the freedom of an exclusive space without needing to change cabin class? With an exit row seat from only £35/$60 one way, you can truly relax in a sumptuous amount of room because there’s no seat directly in front of you.

There may be a bit more bustle around you during your flight as our exit seats are near to galleys and/or toilets – but you’ll have masses of extra space to stretch out in.

Because exit row seats are allocated under Civil Aviation Authority rules, as well as our General Conditions of Carriage, passengers must be at least 16 years old to travel in them. Also, in the event of a medical emergency onboard, we may need you to move seat – if this happens, we’ll fully refund the extra cost of your exit row seat.

 

Illustration of exit row seats

  

How to book:

Book your exit row seat now by logging into Manage my booking.

 

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You can also book at the airport – ask for availability when you check in. Please note, prices may vary.

Early booking is strongly recommended, especially on longer flights. Seats are subject to availability and allocated on a first come, first served basis.

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