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Ridiculous: Southwest Shames Passenger For Not Being Large Enough To Book A Second Seat

Most airlines have a procedure in place for passengers of size (those who can't comfortably fit in one seat). The policy varies by airline, though virtually all airlines encourage such passengers to book an extra seat to be sure they're comfortable. What differs by airline is: -- Whether you can earn points for the second seat -- How expensive the second seat is -- What the process is for booking the second seat -- What happens if you don't book a second seat but don't comfortably fit in one seat If you want more details, CheapAir.
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