The airlines experiment with the best ways to put business-class travelers in their place.
And now the newest premium perk—direct aisle access from every seat—is leading to more floor-plan inventiveness and experimentation. To keep one flier from climbing over another sleeping passenger to get to the bathroom, airlines are angling and staggering seats in new ways.
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