5. Airline Slim Seats Get Big Fat No [Try on Way to NADA]

Los Angeles Times

  • Slim line seats are loved by air­lines but not pas­sen­gers
  • Air­lines are installing 17” seats to get more peo­ple on board
  • Half of sur­veyed trav­el­ers did not know what seat they sat in
  • 83% said the slim seats were less com­fort­able
  • Air­lines actu­al­ly sug­gest­ed seats become more com­fort­able in time
  • Some say just anoth­er way for air­lines to make trav­el less fun

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