Tiny Seats, No Legroom on Flights: Does The F.A.A. Care?

“We have space regulations for transporting animals, for transporting prisoners,” he says. “But we don’t seem to have anything for regular passengers.” This quote comes from Paul Hudson, president of the group Flyers Rights. Tiny seats, no legroom, dangerous conditions should we need to evacuate; those are just some of the points discussed in this article. It puts the Federal Aviation Administration square in the “middle seat” of this debate. I found this article both informative and a little bit scary. It’s a good read.

3 thoughts on “Tiny Seats, No Legroom on Flights: Does The F.A.A. Care?

  1. Brandon

    As long as it’s safe, I don’t support excessive regulations for seat size or legroom. It keeps the fares low to have small seats close together.

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