Airline seat squeeze raises health and safety concerns

Airline seat squeeze raises health and safety concerns
Airlines are packing ever more seats into economy class to protect profit margins from falling ticket prices, prompting concerns over health and safety from travelers and crew. Slim-line designs, extra emergency exits and creative placing of galleys …
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Airlines in America
THOSE who are convinced that airlines in America are engaged in a precipitous race to the bottom have just received a further piece of evidence for their case. The annual Airline Quality Rating (AQR), jointly produced by Embry-Riddle Aeronautical …
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Shrinking airline seats spark health concerns
In July, U.S. airlines sold a record 87.8 percent of seats on domestic flights, according to the Bureau of Transportation Statics. And that figure does not include all the seats occupied by passengers who redeemed frequent flier miles or airline …
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