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It's not your imagination. There really is a tighter squeeze on many planes these days. That's because the major carriers ...
are using thinner seats to pack in more passengers. (Oct. 15)
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AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYDallas - 30 September 20131. Mid of Southwest 737 lining up for take off 2. Close of traveler rolling bag 3. Mid of sign issuing bag restrictions4. Close of passenger tagging his own bag FILE - AP CLIENTS ONLYDallas - 12 October 20125. Close of passenger squeezing through aircraft aisleAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYDallas - 30 September 20136. Wide of 737 being re-outfitted with new seats7. Technicians wheeling in new seats8. Close of techs bolting in new seats 9. Mid techs moving in new seats10. SOUNDBITE (English) Paul Sterbenz, Independent airline consultant: "So there's a measure used that the airlines call cost per available seat mile. and the slimmer seats by adding more to the aircraft, reduces that cost." 11. Cutaway, passengers walk across frame and Sterbenz walks into frame FILE - AP CLIENTS ONLYNew York - date unknown12. Wide of American Airlines jet on tarmacAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYDallas - 30 September 201313. SOUNDBITE (English) Paul Sterbenz, Independent airline consultant: "That cost can fall to the bottom line or help hold down fares versus the competitors." 14. Walking through 737 being re-outfitted with new seats15. 737 taking off FILE - AP CLIENTS ONLYNew York - date unknown16. Airline worker directing in jet17. American Airlines jet on tarmac AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYDallas - 30 September 201318. Technician torquing seat bolts to make sure they're fully secure per regulations and safety standards 19. SOUNDBITE (English) Paul Sterbenz, Independent airline consultant: "As long as that doesn't decrease it shouldn't affect a customers comfort."20.Cutaway of a tall passenger named Damien Payne 21. SOUNDBITE (English) Damien Payne/Golf Professional: "When you fly domestically and you're on the smaller flights and you're in the middle…someone as big as me that you're getting stuck next to will be sitting in the center of the aisle." 22. Man pulling tickets from machine 23. SOUNDBITE (English) Julie Heckler/Oklahoma resident: "I'm sort of a littler person, so I really didn't notice." 24. Close on new skinny seat 25. Mid on skinny seats 26. Wide on completed cabin with skinny seats 27. Wide on Southwest plane coming in for landing (VOICEOVER)TRAVELERS MAY FEEL THE SQUEEZE OF AIRLINE TICKET PRICES AND BAGGAGE FEES…BUT THEY'RE ALSO FEELING THE SQUEEZE, LITERALLY.(nats plane taking off)THE BIG U-S AIRLINES ARE CHUCKING OUT OLD BULKY SEATS IN FAVOR OF NEW SLIM-LINE SEATS THAT ALLOW ROOM FOR ANOTHER ROW. (nats ratcheting seats)IT GIVES THE CARRIERS TWO OF THEIR FAVORITE THINGS-MORE PAYING PASSENGERS AND A SMALLER FUEL BILL BECAUSE OF THE LIGHTER SEATS.SOUNDBITE (English) Paul Sterbenz, Independent airline consultant: "So there's a measure used that the airlines call cost per available seat mile. and the slimmer seats by adding more to the aircraft, reduces that cost."PAUL STERBENZ IS AN AIRLINE CONSULTANT. SOUNDBITE (English) Paul Sterbenz, Independent airline consultant: "That cost then can obviously fall to the bottom line as more profitability or it can serve to hold the fares down against the competition." HE SAYS HOW IT AFFECTS THE LEG ROOM YOU HAVE ON BOARD MAY VARY FROM AIRLINE TO AIRLINE.MOST OF THE CARRIERS SAY EVEN THOUGH THEY'RE CRAMMING MORE PEOPLE IN…THE THINNER SEATS RETAIN PASSENGER SPACE.BUT SOME PASSENGERS LIKE SIX-FOOT-FIVE INCH DAMIAN PAYNE HAVE NOTICED- SOUNDBITE (English) Damien Payne, Golf pro: "When you fly domestically and you're on the smaller flights and you're in the middle…someone as big as me that you're getting stuck next to will be sitting in the center of the aisle." IF SIZE ISN'T A PROBLEM YOU MAY NOT SEE A DIFFERENCE - SOUNDBITE (English) Julie Heckler, Oklahoma City, Okla.: "I haven't noticed the change at all, but I'm kind of a littler person." LESS PADDING AND MORE PASSENGERS IS SOMETHING YOU'LL HAVE TO GET USED TO, BECAUSE THE CHANGE STANDS TO SAVE THE AIRLINES MILLIONS OF DOLLARS. JOHN MONE ASSOCIATED PRESS, DALLAS.