The current brouhaha over families sitting together has generated some interesting comments regarding what families are entitled to and have some couples confessing that after 10 years of marriage, sitting together on a long-range flight isn’t as important as legroom. When she wants a window seat and he wants an aisle seat love ain’t gonna’ keep that couple together unless they find an aisle with only two seats abreast.
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I have no problem switching to help families or even adult couples out. One aisle to another, one window to another. My problem is when someone wants me to give up my window seat for a middle seat or my extra legroom seat for a seat way in the back. I think many travelers feel the same way. Here are 7 tips to keep that from happening.
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Tasered by airport security — enough is enough. Shame on you! This Sunday we have more thought-provoking stories from the world of travel. TSA and airport security end up tasering a drunk at the airport. Is there any excuse for that kind of action? Southwest stays true to itself, even though pundits thought the Boeing [...]
I just finished reading a colleague’s post about a woman being tossed from her flight in favor of a dog. Then I received this study from the U.K. indicating that many of those surveyed would rather travel with a pet than with a family member. Am I missing something? A dog? Tell about your pet travels.