The Wall Street Journal – June 15, 2017

The space between seats on US commercial flights have never been tighter, do some carriers are resisting taking more legroom away.

Seats are thin. Your knees touch your chin.
Fares “out of sight.” Enjoy your flight.


The Wall Street Journal – December 7, 2016

Legroom is a shrinking commodity aboard planes, but WSJ’s Scott McCartney and Lunch Break’s Tanya Rivero discuss how less headroom and even smaller bathrooms are the latest peeves facing passengers.

First fees, then knees; the newest dread,
You may be forced to bow your head


The New York Times – October 27, 2016

Passengers can get rude or even violent on a cramped flight, and the number of incidents of unruly fliers is climbing globally.

The seats are thin. Your knees touch your chin.
Fares “out of sight.” Feeling uptight?


NBC NEWS – May 20, 2014

Here’s a new reason to leave that seatback tray table in its upright and locked position: Disease-causing bacteria can linger for days, even up to a week, on most airplane surfaces, new research shows.

Counteractions you may try:
1) Don’t breathe, 2) Don’t fly.


The Wall Street Journal – June 25, 2015

The reality about carry–on baggage: airlines are promising something they can’t deliver…Even if you’re carry-onon is the right size, many airlines no longer have enough space in the overhead bins.

Upped fees! Squeezed knees! Packed in!
New sin? “No room at the bin.”