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Why not make the seats more comfortable to begin with and make them permanently reclined? And what's with that forward pushing headrest? It's not "restful" at all. It downright gives one a head and neck ache!
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Well they tried in vain to get fat people to buy two seats, that did not get a lot of momentum, and just resulted in a few lawsuits. I don't think they'll make seats any better, specially since they can get people to pay extra for more leg room, which is still narrower than normal seats used to be 10-12 years ago. That said, I thought it was common courtesy to not recline your seat unless it's a child sitting behind you.
Yes. Unfortunately it isn't PC to ask a fat person to pay extra due to the amount of extra food they chose to eat. It is perfectly fine however to charge a tall person extra because they were born with a genetic predisposition to have long leg bones.
At 180cm (6'4") my femurs don't fit between most airline seats even when the seats are upright.
I thought it was common courtesy to not recline your seat unless it's a child sitting behind you.
Or at least asking first if he/she minds
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1) In general, airline seats recline. I should be able to recline if I choose too.
2) When you buy a ticket on a plane, you know seats recline. Be prepared to deal with it.
3) How on earth did a passenger get on board with an anti-recliner device? There was the no
4) The woman turning around and tossing the drink - me thinks, Mr. Anti-Recliner said something
Toss in the stupid TSA searches, parking, wait lines, uncivil service from airline staff, and I just don't fly if the trip is less than 5 hours. It's not worth the hassle.
As far as fat people - that's just too f'ing bad. If you take up two seats, you buy two seats. I occasionally flew with small children. If they could sit on my lap, I saved the ticket (wasn't pleasant), but if they were too large - I had to pay for a another ticket. I think this is shaming me to use..... oh never mind
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