Daily Memo: Family Seating In U.S. National Spotlight, Legislation In The Works

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It’s a bewildering scenario: an 11-month-old and 4-year-old seated apart from their parents on a commercial airliner. But the U.S. Transportation Department (DOT) says it happened aboard a major U.S. carrier in 2021 and is just one of hundreds of similar incidents. With family seating complaint data...
Christine Boynton

Christine Boynton is a Senior Editor covering air transport in the Americas for Aviation Week Network.

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