‘Miserable,’ ‘Unsafe,’ ‘Torture’: FAA Deluged With Complaints Over Shrinking Airline Seats

I t’s not your imagination. Airline seats have shrunk over the years, as carriers have sought to maximize revenue by cramming more people into every plane. In the past two decades, the width of the average seat has narrowed from 18.5 to 17 inches, now allowing 30 to 32 inches of legroom — a tight…

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