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Why you don't necessarily have to spend hundreds to fly comfortably

Question: I am 6 feet, 5 inches tall. Could you please give me a few tips on obtaining  maximum legroom without having to pay for a first-class seat? A little extra for exit seating is OK. Stu Lovett Northridge Answer: Among the keys to comfortable airline seating are your femur and Spirit Airlines....
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