It’s never fun to be stuck flying when you get stuck in the middle seat. The dreaded spot is the bane of travelers all over the world, but it all depends on luck. Or, well, used to.
As planes adapt to changing times and ever shrinking cabin configuration size, passengers are inadvertently being shunted into that middle seat if they don’t pay a little extra. Airlines like Southwest have been rising the price of an early-boarding pass steadily, and Delta has introduced a higher priced fare that can allow you to choose your seats – leaving passengers stuck buying the basic tickets stuck with the remainder. And they’re not the only airlines introducing these kind of changes.
The only major airline that’s just trying to improve the middle seat, instead of just charging higher prices for alternative seats? Frontier Airlines. Which, alright, points to you Frontier.
If you want to learn what the other major airlines are implementing, check them out here.
Read the Full Article: http://www.nytimes.com/2016/04/19/business/avoiding-the-dreaded-middle-seat.html