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.
The airlines experiment with the best ways to put business-class travelers in their place.
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