Over the past years seats have gotten smaller and pitch, the distance between seats has shrunk as well. There was an answer on the table but that wish may be postponed, at least in the near future.
Only to dip their toes into the water and not very deep at that, Porter Airlines will do a mini test of flights between Winnipeg and Toronto.
The complaints about unrealistically uncomfortable space allocation for seats on aircraft has finally come to the United States congress. But will they do anything about it. And will Canada follow their lead?
Airports have become destinations unto themselves, and Gatwick’s Airport near London is one that has really done so in a very effective manner.
Called last class, the new fare options reduces seat size and pitch, eliminates refunds or changes, and zero carry-on bags. It’s started and may be coming to our favourite airlines sooner than you think.
Was it a magic looking glass that Air Canada CEO Calin Rovinescu saw through when he made the decision that his company’s future was in international travel?