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Legroom is shrinking – this is the best and worst airlines
"Your legs are shrinking – this is the best and worst airlines"

"Even the seats will be slimmer – how will it end?"

"It is becoming increasingly difficult to stretch your legs when flying, according to an analysis of over 30 years as The Telegraph has done.nMen it does matter which airline you are flying with – this is the best and the worst."

"of Legroom is a constantly debated issue – not least when out and fly. The one who has a few years of travel behind him, living perhaps with a nagging feeling that you're flying all the more wedged behind his front neighbor. "

"But is there any truth in it? "

"It decided to british newspaper The Telegraph to find out – once and for all. They have done a thorough and comparative study of the various airlines benutrymmen the last 30 years. The newspaper has also taken the opportunity to measure the width of the actual seats, and come to the same answer there:"

"Yes – we have less and less place when we fly."

"20 centimeters in 30 years"

"the Standard for the distance between the sätesraderna lay long in between 86 to 91 centimetres. Already the Boeing 707 of 1958, offered 86 centimeters between the seats. "

"But something happened in 1981."

"When reported in u.s. New York Times that the producers for the first time ever began to deviate from the industry standard, with the plan which had only 81 centimeters between the seats. "

"It was the start of the increasingly crowded flights. 1985, a u.s. regulatory agency to collect data around your legs. The telegraph's review shows that the space has declined steadily over the past three decades."

"The worst is now down to as little as 71 centimeters, which includes the following companies:

"the Airlines, however, differs. Below you can see which airlines are snålast, respectively, the most generous, with space on board."

"the Distance between the sätesraderna on short-haul flights:"

"As already mentioned, the same trend also for the sätesbredden, which has gone from 48-51 centimeters 30 years ago, down to as little as just over 40 centimeters now. "

"Few companies dare to move during the 43 centimeters, but those who actually have ventured on even tighter, the seats are the following airlines:

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