Which airline has the largest coach seats?

Answer Standard coach airline seats are 17 inches wide. Midwest Express has the widest coach seats of any American airline, at 21 inches wide. United Airline's Embraer 170 jet has 18.25-inch-wide seats, w... Read More »

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How to Upgrade Airline Seats?

For those airline travelers hoping to upgrade to business or first class, think again. Unless coach class is oversold or you have have saved up your frequent flyer miles, the likelihood of being up... Read More »

Who has the roomiest airline seats?

For domestic flights, JetBlue has the most legroom available, with an option to buy an "Even More Legroom" seat. Internationally, Virgin Airlines, British Airways, Emirates, and United all offer mo... Read More »

What is the Difference Between Economy&Coach Airline Tickets?

Economy and coach class tickets refer to an airline's less expensive tickets. Some airlines call these least expensive tickets "coach class," but others call them "economy class." There's no actual... Read More »

Are car seats required for airline travel?

Airlines do not require car seats for children, as they allow parents to hold a small child in their lap and avoid buying an extra ticket. Parents are allowed to use car seats on airlines, but they... Read More »