5 Secrets To Getting The Best Seat On A Plane
All airline seats are not created equal. Passengers in first class get fawned all over by flight attendants, seemingly unlimited drinks, and copious leg room, while the have-nots in the back of the plane have to pay for their drinks, are forced to wedge their bodies in seats designed for Lilliputians, and only casual attention by the flight crew. But as with almost everything else in the travel business, looks can be deceiving. The line dividing first class from economy class isn't necessarily the one that spells the difference between a comfortable flight and an uncomfortable one. This paper presents five strategies for finding the best seats, and tips on how to get the reservation you want.