Emi­rates ex­tends paid-for seat se­lec­tion pol­icy

Business Traveller (Asia-Pacific) - - UPFRONT -

EMI­RATES has qui­etly in­tro­duced an amended ad­vance seat se­lec­tion pol­icy, with econ­omy pas­sen­gers fac­ing charges of up to US$135 per flight to se­lect the most sought-af­ter seats.

The car­rier orig­i­nally launched ad­vance seat se­lec­tion fees last year for econ­omy class pas­sen­gers trav­el­ling on Special and Saver fares. The new pol­icy, valid for tick­ets bought af­ter Au­gust 20, sees a range of fees in­tro­duced for cer­tain “Ex­tra Value” seats.

These range ac­cord­ing to seat, route and des­ti­na­tion. As an ex­am­ple, a pre­ferred seat closer to the front of the plane, al­low­ing you to dis­em­bark ear­lier, will cost be­tween US$25 and US$80, while an ex­tra legroom seat could cost be­tween US$55 and US$135. emi­rates.com

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