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Discussion in 'General Discussion | Travel' started by uggboy, Oct 14, 2013.
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37st man forced to pay for two seats on jet from Ireland - finds they are rows apart
I applaud him for having two seats. However, the airline's behavior, let alone the staff not knowing the policy, is a bit ridiculous!
I always smirk whenever I see someone using "stone" as a unit of measure.
I wonder which airline it was, and why they have done it in the first place. Indeed, kudos to him.
"He had already faced embarrassment on his flight out when he was allocated an aisle seat and a window seat, with another passenger in the middle."
Stinks to be the chap in that middle seat.
My suspicion is Ryanair...
Aer Lingus or Flybe are other possibilities.
New seats let airlines squeeze in more passengers:
Way to go, airline! Nothing like experiencing public humiliation despite going the extra mile to follow airline policies to make a customer want to give you their repeat business!