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How To Avoid Sitting Next To A Crying Baby On A Flight

How To Avoid Sitting Next To A Crying Baby On A Flight

Back in September, Japan Airlines made headlines for changing some of its flights’ seat maps to including “child icons,” meaning young children would be seated in those spots—a change designed for other passengers to find seating away from those infants on flights.

How To Avoid Getting The Crappiest Seat On A Flight

How To Avoid Getting The Crappiest Seat On A Flight

In a column for the Washington Post, Christopher Elliott of Elliott Advocacy described every crappy seat you might encounter on a flight—there’s the bulkhead row seat that won’t recline, for instance. Or the seat with the entertainment console that doesn’t work, despite all your button-pushing efforts. Of course, middle seats…