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How much legroom you get on major US airlines

Feeling crunched during a flight? Here's how much legroom you're getting in economy seating on some of America's major airlines like United, Delta, and American. While most aircraft have a distance between seat of 30-31 inches, there are some planes that will give you more, or less, legroom. We've broken it down so you know just how much legroom you're getting for that plane ticket price.
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