When flying, one always looks for the cheapest or most comfortable option. One woman purchased an aisle seat with more legroom on the plane so she could recline. As the woman had back issues, she needed some time to relax, especially since the flight in question was at least seven hours long. Even though she paid more, the woman was unable to recline because a mother was sitting behind her with a very large child. What should she do? The woman asked her fans for feedback on social media (Mumsnet).
The woman, referring to an incident that occurred a few years ago, said, “The flight lasted about seven hours.”. She added, “I paid extra for the aisle seat in economy because of my back problems.”. Usually I pay a lot more for that seat because I have back problems, and it helps me a lot.” The passenger behind her was holding a child in her arms, and the child’s father was sitting next to her. Initially, she ignored the youngster’s presence before realizing that he was blocking her from reclining her seat as far as she would have liked.
As a result, I was unable to recline my seat for the remainder of the trip. Initially (and before I noticed the child), I tried to gently recline the seat, but the woman yelled at me and I had to return it to its upright position.
In your opinion, is it unfair for a customer with back problems to recline their seat during a seven-hour flight and after paying an additional fee? A lot of customers expressed that they do not feel comfortable when the passenger in front of them reclines their seat: “In my opinion, reclining the seat is inappropriate unless it is nighttime, and I would never do it.”. However, I respect people who have different opinions.
Some, however, suggested alternative solutions: “The child may have sat on his father’s lap.”. “If the woman wanted more room, she should have purchased a different seat.”