Airlines tinker with seats, seating patterns to attract travelers

03/8/2012 | Wall Street Journal, The

The airlines are spending lots of thought and money on lie-flat seats and the perfect cabin configuration -- one that provides total passenger comfort but won't result in lost seats. The aim is to attract the profitable business-class traveler who flies long distances. Side- and rear-facing seats are becoming common, this feature notes.

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