Upgrades Pay On Europe's No-Frill Carriers
Spanish budget carrier Vueling operates from a hub network in major cities throughout Spain, Europe and northern Africa. It started in 2004 with just two planes and today includes more than 17 Airbus A-320s. It's also one of the few budget airlines to allow pets aboard, providing they are of a certain weight and fit on the floor directly in front of your seat. Additional upgrades on Vueling include GO! Upgrades, which include dedicated check-in counters at key airports and priority boarding for 25. Those looking for even more of an upgrade can select front DUO seats that are unique in the frill-free airline segment: These front-row "jumbo" seats feature no middle seats next to them, extra legroom, free snacks and guaranteed space in the overhead compartment for carry-on. The price for DUO seats runs 60 to 70 per flight segment and are subject to availability, but those accustomed to Business Class will likely feel like it's the best money ever spent once you reach 35,000 feet.