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Old thread that suddenly got bumped, I'll just add a few additional comments to complement the excellent answers: The first row of a "group" of rows (right after an exit, lavatories, galleys, etc.) is often quite different from the others: You do get more space at the level of your upper body, and possibly at the level of your knees, and nobody will ...


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Slightly different (and more cynical) view: Air Canada wants them open, United doesn't care. Lufthansa wants you to take the headsets off during take off and landing, Delta doesn't care. If there was a really good reason for these types of measure, the airlines would use them consistently. No airline is interested in a spotty safety record, so they probably ...



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