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Delta Offers Some Legroom for a Fee
Let your poor knees rejoice: A bit more legroom is coming to Delta Air Lines’ domestic economy cabins next year. The airline will expand its “economy comfort” seating to its domestic fleet, installing three to five rows with an extra three inches of space, or seat pitch, for those people willing to pay for it. The extra room will cost an “introductory” $19-$99 per one-way flight for those who have already bought an economy ticket on Delta in a discounted fare class.
The price is based on distance and market. Travelers who purchase full-fare economy tickets will get the extra space without added cost. People in the extra-space rows will also get to board the plane sooner. Delta, the second-largest U.S. airline, introduced the extra coach-class legroom on international flights last winter.
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