Tag Archives: Comfort

5 Ways Airlines Are Making Flying Worse


Could flying get much worse and more uncomfortable in the future?

A couple of days back, MarketWatch wrote about5 Horrifying Ways Airlines Are Making Flying Worse“.

After looking over the article, it did seem that if these things really did happen, flying would be getting a whole lot less comfortable. (I find it hard to believe that it could get much less comfortable than it already is…)

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Airbus Is Committed to Comfort

a group of people sitting at a table

Airbus has been letting everyone know that they are committed to comfort with their aircrafts having a standard of 18 inch wide seats in long haul economy.

I’ve been following Airbus’ campaign for comfort through Twitter and some of it has been pretty interesting. (Check out a couple of images and videos below.)

Check out this article where Airbus reveals new research into the impact seat width makes to levels of passenger comfort on board long haul economy flights; calling on the aviation industry to set a minimum standard of 18 inches.

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