On three occasions in recent days, commercial flights have been interrupted by disputes over reclining passenger seats.
Media reports have speculated that the traveling public has been pushed to a breaking point by shrinking legroom and other inconveniences associated with air travel. Seats are smaller, rows are packed closer together, overhead bins are full and empty seats are few.
And when the seat in front of you tilts back, what little legroom you have is reduced even further.
Some passengers have begun using a device that prevents the seat in front of them from reclining. Airlines have banned the device, but the conditions that led to its invention persist.
Today’s question: How do you cope with cramped aircraft cabins?