Plus-size policy

by | Aug 16, 2022 | Travel

Every major US airline’s plus-size policy and where we can improveNews Sports Entertainment Life Money Tech Travel Opinion While regulators are taking steps to address airplane seat size issues, advocates say changes aren’t coming quickly enough.Some airlines accommodate plus-size travelers with extra space, but there’s no uniform regulation.Only a few carriers will reimburse passengers who need to buy a second seat to fly.Few people say their favorite place to be is in the economy cabin of an airplane. As airlines have made their seat configurations tighter over the years, leg- and even shoulder-room has gotten more cramped.For larger passengers, the densification of airplane cabins can be even more frustrating.”It feels like there’s a lack of accessibility and comfort for plus-size people,” Jeff Jenkins, founder of Chubby Diaries told USA TODAY. Help Terms of Service Privacy Policy Your California Privacy Rights / Privacy Policy Our Ethical Principles Site MapCookie Settings© 2022 USA TODAY, a division of Gannett Satellite Information Network, LLC.

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