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Legroom Shrinking on Some American Airlines Planes

Legroom Shrinking on Some American Airlines Planes

American Airlines, the biggest carrier in the U.S., will soon make the legroom in some of its economy class rows even smaller, CNN first reported Tuesday night. On its new Boeing 737 Max jets, due to debut later this year, the airline is aiming to decrease the distance between some seats from 31 inches to 29. Other passengers in the economy cabin will have 30 inches of legroom, or “pitch.”
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