Personally, I am very happy with SW policy of no assigned seats. On other airlines, they let you choose your own seat, when you reserve on line, but not once have I benn assigned the seat that I chose. Why bother?
I am somewhat claustrophobic and prefer to sit in the first few rows of the plane. If I should be picked to be searched while in the "A" line, can my travel mate continue to board and save me a seat next to them?
SW is a no-noncense airline and I always fly SW. The first time I flew with them, from Cleveland to Midway, upon arrival I had only 20 minutes to catch a bus. The plane landed, went directly to the gate, opened the door and I was on my way, finding my bus with 10 minutes to spare. Have always had good experiences with SW and they will continue to be my airline. So, yes, I am nuts about SW Airlines.
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