More Space on the Plane
Many planes have a 3-3 seating configuration (two sets of three seats separated by an aisle). If you’ll be flying with someone, then reserve the window and aisle seat in one set of three ahead of time. Middle seats are always the last to go, so if the flight isn’t full there’s a greater chance that the middle seat will remain empty and you’ll have more space.
If someone does sit in the middle seat, they’ll almost always be happy to switch to an aisle or window seat so that you can sit with your companion.
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