Shrinking Airline Seat Size Tests FAA's Regulatory Limits

By Linda Chiem (August 1, 2017, 9:43 PM EDT) -- While the D.C. Circuit has ruled the FAA must study the health and safety effects of shrinking commercial airline seats, experts say the narrowness of the ruling underscores the agency's regulatory limits, ensuring market competition will continue to drive policies concerning passenger comfort and in-flight amenities....

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