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A Big, Fat ‘No’ to Shrinking Airplane Seats

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A Big, Fat ‘No’ to Shrinking Airplane Seats

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If you’ve traveled by air lately, you may have noticed that the seats are just a bit smaller than expected. Don’t beat yourself up just yet: It’s probably not because of that extra donut in the morning. A panel of judges ruled on Friday that the Federal Aviation Administration must look into complaints about shrinking airplane seats. These complaints, filed by consumer group FlyersRights.org, allege that the tight seats could be dangerous in an evacuation. But the FAA has repeatedly claimed that it can’t regulate the size of seats. That’s a bunch of hot air, said Judge Patricia Millett. “As a matter of basic physics, at some point seat and passenger dimensions would become so squeezed as to impede the ability of passengers to extricate themselves from their seats and get over to an aisle,” she said, also calling the FAA’s excuses “vacuous.” Social is ruling in favor of Judge Millett, and 89 percent of opinions on airline seats are negative, according to 30db’s analysis. –Hugo Guzman



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