Tight Squeeze: Upcoming Changes to Your Flight Experience
Just when you were getting used to no leg room, the crying baby in front of you, and a sleeping stranger drooling on your shoulder, major U.S. airlines announced major plans for seating overhaul. Take a look at how tight your next flight may be.—Associated Press and Dominique Zonyéé
Alaska Airlines may be adding an extra row of seats to its fleet of Boeing 737s, but it's also planning to go the extra mile by adding power outlets at each seat. You can tune out the extra passengers by plugging in your tablet or laptop.