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American Airlines revises plan to move seats closer together

American Airlines revises plan to move seats closer together

American Airlines has revised its decision to reduce legroom in the economy-class cabin by 2 inches, after receiving complaints from the flying public.
Instead of reducing the “pitch” — the front-to-back space between rows — by 2 inches on three rows on the new Boeing 737 Max jets, the airline said it has decided to reduce the pitch by only 1 inch, from 31 to 30 inches. The rest of the main cabin rows will be at 30 inches.
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