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Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Condé Nast: How to Make Coach Feel Like First Class (Sort Of)

Above, All Nippon Airways' Premium Economy seating display at a Los Angeles travel show. Photo by Armand Vaquer.

Space in the economy section of any airline is a little cramped. The trend these days are that the airline are making economy seating areas smaller, not larger. 

This fact makes the 11-hour flight from Los Angeles to Tokyo (and 9 hours coming back) makes the following something one should take into consideration to make your flight more comfortable.

Condé Nast Traveler has six useful suggestions that will help do the trick, or, as they say, "sort of."

They begin their article with:
Just because you're flying in economy doesn't mean you can't have some of the little luxuries found in the first-class cabin. Here are six ways to make your cramped coach flight feel just a little more special. 
You know what they say: Once you fly in the big seats up front, there's no turning back. But unless your company is picking up the tab or you have plenty of disposable income, economy seat flying is the cramped reality for most travelers. But there are adjustments you can make to feel like an first-class flier no matter what row you're in.
To read their six suggestions, go here

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