It’s often the most overlooked travel accessory — an afterthought to your itinerary that barely registers on your packing list. “How to find the best shoes for your summer trip”
Steven Steinberg doesn’t want to be squished on his flight from Los Angeles to London. But he’s traveling on Norwegian Airlines, and some of their seats can cause … well, squishing.
“He’s fighting for a little comfort on his next flight, but why does it seem so wrong?”
Think of it as a cross between musical chairs and a segment on the public radio show “Wait, Wait, Don’t Tell Me!”: The gradual seat-shrinking, followed by a game where they see if we’re smart enough to figure out what they’re doing. Or if they’re lying.
“The uncomfortable truth about economy “comfort””
A new class of service coming to an aircraft near you: “basic” economy — also known by its street names, “economy minus” or “last class.”
“What to expect from airlines’ new “last” class section”
Here’s something you don’t get to see every day: Your elected representatives giving airlines a license to make the seats as small as they want, as long as they can pass a sham “safety evacuation” test.
“Watch your representatives vote for smaller airline seats”