May 22, 2024

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When will it be easier to change seats on an airplane?

When will it be easier to change seats on an airplane?

It is very common for a flight attendant to ask passengers to switch seats to ensure that families sit together. Here's a special technique to convince people to change places.

Mitra Amirzadeh, a flight attendant from Florida, said eight out of 10 flights have requests for seat changes.

Usually, these requests come from couples sitting in their separate seats hoping that someone will agree to a transfer. In these cases, the agent assumes that the seat belongs to the booker.

“The next time you feel angry or frustrated that you didn't get the seat you wanted, remember that you didn't pay to choose your seat. Otherwise, you will be in it,” she asserted The Wall Street Journal.

However, when a child is trapped, Mitra Amirzade tries to respond to the request New York Post.

Although she is generally good at targeting travelers who want to accept her, she still has a solid argument.

“I already said, 'Okay, so you're going to watch the toddler? And then you're going to need their snacks and their coloring books, because they're going to need them,'” she added.

According to influencer and former flight attendant Jeannie Weenie, it's very rare for people to refuse a seat change. He believes the chance of matching two people in the same position is 99.9%, but this number decreases depending on the context.

Therefore, it is not possible to replace another window seat in the aisle (10 to 15%).

“But if you give up your window or aisle seat, your rate goes up to 99%,” the influencer said in a video on TikTok.

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“And don't even bother asking people who try their luck in different classes. Passengers pay a lot for upgrades, so unless you plan to pay them back, your success rate is -682%,” he added.