Foreign carriers offer premium economy seats

07/1/2008 | NYTimes.com

British airlines such as Virgin Atlantic are offering "premium economy" seats to customers who want more legroom than economy but do not want to pay first-class fares. The option also appeals to corporate travelers on scaled-back travel budgets. No American carriers have followed suit, but Qantas Airways and Japan Airlines plan to roll out similar programs later this year.

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