Congress proposes minimum airline seat standards

A Tennessee congressman on the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee’s Subcommittee on Aviation has introduced a bill that establishes minimum dimensions for passenger seats on commercial aircraft operating in the United States. The proposed law comes on the eve of the contentious markup session for the Federal Aviation Administration reauthorization bill.
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Fine print in FAA bill sets advocates against lobbyists, but passengers could lose

Air travelers are about to get their best shot in four years at fixing everything that’s wrong with flying — or they would if they’d been invited to the party.
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