Some airlines are putting the squeeze on passengers

12/4/2012 | Australian Business Traveller

Some airlines are using slimmer seats, which can increase legroom. But to sell more tickets, these same airlines are adding seats to rows -- a move that creates less width and elbow room. "[U]nless you're a religious scrutinizer of online seat maps, you might not spot that some airlines -- even the expensive ones on your business travel agenda -- are cramming one extra passenger in every row on some of their larger planes," John Walton writes.

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