Court Orders FAA to Review 'Shrinking' Airplane Seats - Condé Nast Traveler

The FAA was ordered to review "shrinking" airplane seats, but was not given a deadline by the court. Share via facebook dialog · Share via Pinterest. But what does this actually mean? Fed-up fliers may have a new best friend in Washington, D.C. In a ...

An Alarming Court Case Reveals That Airplane Seat Sizes Really Are Shrinking - POPSUGAR

If you were to rank the things that Americans complain about most, air travel would almost certainly be at the very top of the list. Once upon a time in a not-so-far off past, a plane trip meant you were wooed with inflight meals, drinks, and the ...

Judges order FAA to review airplane seat sizes - WGN-TV

That's how a federal judge in Washington D.C., Patricia Millet, described the issue in a decision she and two other judges handed down Friday, ordering the Federal Aviation Administration to review seat sizes and legroom on commercial airlines ...

Airline Seats Could Get Bigger - Abccolumbia.com

The FAA is now under a federal court order to review the sizes of seats and legroom on commercial airlines. The advocacy group “Flyers' Rights” has made the push for new rules regulating airplane seat sizes. The group petitioned to the FAA back in 2015 ...