BY BOB & SANDY NESOFF
TRAVEL AND LEISURE
Squish them. Squeeze them. Stack them one on top of the other for a greater payload.
That might be the conversation in the board room of virtually any airline sin the world and especially U.S. flag carriers. Leg room has been shrunk. Seat padding has become thinner and the average American backside needs a lubricant to slide into an airline seat.
There have been several stories in the news in the last couple of weeks about passenger rage, the equivalent of road rage whereby airline passengers have been confronting each other, throwing cups of soda in the face of others and forcing planes to land and bump the unruly travelers.