Do you believe what airline execs say...

Do you believe what airline execs say about ergonomically designed seat comfort?

Created by Snake Oil on Oct 15, 2013

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i want honesty

United States

#1 Oct 15, 2013
Airline executives and their PR departments always like to advertise their newly designed lightweight seats are more comfortable, and offer just the same amount of room as seats from previous years.

Do you find that to be the case on most airlines? I personally find the new ergonomically designed seats as air execs like to hype - on most airlines not padded enough, and closer together, and not supportive of my lower legs due to trimmed seat cushions trying to make it appear as their is more space.
Middle Seat Squeeze

United States

#2 Oct 20, 2013
If you thought the middle seat was awful before deregulation, look at the misery of the middle seat now!

Ejets beat 737s and A320's in coach pax comfort daily. No middle seats there!
Trans World One

Anchorage, AK

#5 Oct 26, 2013
The bad thing about ejets is the one window per seats row much like the RJ's

Bombardiers C Series should rectify that regional jet issue though.

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