RYANAIR is known for its incredibly cheap flights and charges customers more to book for specific seats.
If you are willing to pay extra to reserve a better spot, you can follow the airline‘s handy plane map to make sure you get the seat that suits your need.
From extra leg room to best picture spots, we reveal the top tips for choosing the right seat.
Getting off the plane first
If you are looking to beat the queue and be the first one to head off the flight, the front five rows would be your best bet.
These seats also come in handy if you want to use the bathroom.
The budget airline isn’t know for its roomy cabins, but it does have rows with extra legroom.
These seats can be found in rows 1 A, B, C or 2 D, E, F as well as row 16 and 17 near the emergency exit.
The airline also says passengers who reserve a seat in row 16 and 17 are free to check-in up to 60 days before take-off.
Best spots for taking pictures
If you are looking to take pictures during the flight, you should be booking a window seat that’s located between rows 15 and 18.
This is because you will be able to capture the wing of the plane with those seats.
The airline says: “They’re the Instagram photos that have always eluded you – the one with the perfect pinky-blue sky, fluffy clouds and otherworldly rays of sunlight, all framed by a cheeky wing peeking out from the corner.
“To capture these absolute beauties, book a window seat that’s located somewhere between rows 15 and 18 – it’s your time to shine.”
Head start on snacks
When it comes to in-flight snacks, rows 1, 2 and 33 will give you a head start on the rest of the plane.
The airline says these seats will make sure you get served from the drinks trolley first.
Take a nap
For those looking to take a nap on the plane, 11A would be the best choice as it doesn’t have a window.
Ryanair says: “Not a lot of people realise that seat 11A has no window, meaning it’s the perfect seat if you’re planning to catch up on some zzzs during a morning flight.”
Other airlines also have no-window seats but they usually change depending on the aircraft.