Marco Armant on why reclining airplane seats should be banned

Like Kois, and like Merlin, I’ll almost never recline my seat, except on long overnight flights where everyone is expected to be asleep.

Yes to the above. Passengers on short haul (less than 3 hours) flights, particularly in daylight hours should be considerate to other passengers who are trying to read, eat, watch a movie on their tablet or work on their laptop or tablet.

At the very least, they should check before reclining that the person behind isn’t eating, bending forward at the time, or would otherwise be inconvenienced by reclining.

From: Marco.org


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