How To Consistently Sit Next To An Empty Seat On A Plane

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    My wife and I used to do a lot of premium cabin trips but now that we are a family of four, we mostly fly economy. We just don't see the point of spending more miles (or worse, money) to fly up-front. When you've got two preschoolers in tow, you're not going to "savor the experience" or "enjoy zie ambiance" (as Mr. Schlappig would say) no matter where you sit. Most of the time, it's not about the food, the sleep, or the service, it's about trying to survive. That said, the one thing that does make a huge difference for us is space. Last month when offering tips on how to get hotel suite upgrades for free, I wrote: "The single most important factor in terms of traveling with young children is… space. Be it on the plane, in the hotel, or in the car, more space is better!" The post How To Consistently Sit Next To An Empty Seat On A Plane appeared first on One Mile at a Time.

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