European low-cost airline easyJet will discontinue its current first-come first-serve boarding procedure and start allocating seating on its flights beginning in November. The seat allocations are expected to be attractive for business travelers who want to avoid waiting in a line to be able to find a decent seat. The desirable seats on the flights will be available at an additional cost ranging from about $5 to $20 depending on the seat.
Read the full article here:
Europe’s easyJet starts allocating seats: no more boarding scrum