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BA introduces enhanced seating policy
Tuesday, 29 September 2009

EFFECTIVE October 7, British Airways is launching a new service to give passengers more control over their seating choice.

Nearly all passengers will now be able to choose their seats before checking in. This will continue to be free for some passengers while others will pay for this service.

The airline will continue to offer customers the option to choose their seats free up to 24 hours before check-in on ba.com.

As customers often request specific seats before checking in, the airline has changed its policy to allow them to do so, for a fee.

Customers can choose seats from the time they book up to 24 hours in advance of travel at the following costs:
- Club World (business class long haul) passengers will pay £60 per
person per sector
- Euro Traveller (economy in Europe) and domestic flights will pay £10 per
person per sector
- Club Europe (business class in Europe), World Traveller, and World
Traveller Plus (economy and premium economy long haul) passengers
will pay £20 per person per sector
- Club World (business class long haul) passengers will pay £60 per
person per sector
- First class passengers can choose their seat free of charge at any time

Passengers wishing to book an exit row seat in World Traveller and World Traveller Plus can do so from 10 to four days before departure at a cost of £50 per person per sector.
The following customers will continue to be able to choose their seat from the time of booking at no charge:

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