As a regular flyer with Ryanair, I find that they get me there on time and usually there aren't any problems. The staff were very patient with what I would describe as passengers from hell. Lots of people jumping the queue in Verona....meaning pushing right to the front of the queue. It might be an idea for smooth boarding to take the passengers onto the airline in sequence. It would be more efficient and would save the scrabbling to get luggage stowed. I always opt for random allocation which suits me fine. My seat was occupied and a family with three random allocated seats were in seats A B and C. The flight attendant looked at their boarding passes and they were allocated in three different rows. For ease the flight attendant asked if I minded sitting two seats behind. No problem, however, if a family wish to sit together then they should organise that when they get their seat allocation when booking and not rely on people being happy to move from their allocated seats.
Another passenger on board created every time anyone attempted to sit near her. Unsure, whether she had bought a row of seats but everyone who dared to sit near her got shouted at to move. A note regarding the flight to Verona, one passenger threw every bit of rubbish onto the floor without a care in the world. I pity the Ryanair staff who have to get the plane turned around in a short time when some passengers do not have the decency to place their rubbish in the bag which frequently comes round for this purpose. I take my hat off to you guys working, for keeping your cool with such difficult people.