I wonder how many larger people will be ejected from these flights because they aren't movie star perfect? I wonder how many employees will embarass customers who are overweight, simply because of some arbitrary rule made to make more money by having smaller seats?
Your company is just as bad as Montgomery, Alabama in the 1950s and I hope you go out of business soon.
You can't be serious, right? Every airline has a customer of size rule. Every 737 flying IN THE WORLD with coach seating has seats that are the same width as Southwest's 737's...this is based on the width of the cabin, not a companies decision. So, Southwests seats are the same width as everyone elses.....oh, the seat pitch is about 2" GREATER than most competitors, which means on Southwest you get MORE ROOM than on most other carriers.
So, please enlighten me, James, how is it that Southwest is as bad as Montgomery in the 50's? Airlines--all of them--sell space. If that space is aboard a 737, the space is a cube 17.5" wide, 32-33" deep, and from floor to ceiling. If you do not fit in that space, you need to buy more space. It is that simple.
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