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Cathay Pacific gives up on Y seat quality, wants to join the mob

We are getting bigger and economy class is getting smaller. Will future passengers have to be passed as 'sized to fly'? The post Cathay Pacific gives up on Y seat quality, wants to join the mob appeared first on Plane Talking.
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