|Quoting XT6Wagon (Reply 7):|
yah, if the person ahead of me reclines more than a couple inches... welp I can push it right back up with my knee. No need for any device.
|Quoting r2rho (Reply 67):|
With the exception of DL, KL, AY, who do offer you to pay 40% more for 25% more legroom, with no unneeded additions.
You can add to that UA
. Their prices are really nominal for economy plus, and they (especially UA
) offer gobs of seats in economy plus. I have status; I always fly E+ or better. I don't feel badly about reclining, but still do so very slowly. No one every gets mad. Even if I didn't have the status, I could usually get an E+ seat for $20-30 domestic and $50-60 international. Given ticket prices, for most people, this should be a small percentage cost. I also find the articulating bottom a good solution, as the space you lose is in the length of your thighs, which if you're tall enough to need extra space, is where you probably actually be getting MORE support by essentially extending the thigh cushion. On the whole, I think it works. People are way too sensitive these days. I have only once had someone try to push my seat back up in my 30+ years of flying, and I put him in the D!CK
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