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Legroom is shrinking but so are security wait times, says report

A recent report confirms what long-legged flyers in the United States have known for a while: legroom aboard aircrafts is shrinking. Over the last 15 years, the average number of seats per aircraft in the U.S. domestic fleet has increased by nearly eight percent, according to a recent report from aviation consulting company ICF. For example, the average number of seats on the A320 has gone up from 147 to 158, while the number of seats on the 737-800 has also increased from 152 to 165. Frequent flyers a

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