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If you have flown in the past, say, few years, you’ve noticed a common occurrence. Airplanes are full. I don’t mean full with a few seats open – I mean FULL! No matter the airline and regardless of the time of your flight. I recently flew a red-eye from Los Angeles and there was not one empty seat on the plane. I specifically chose that flight because I flew the same one a few years ago and there were maybe 75 people on the entire plane. Thoughts of stretching out in a few open seats and catching some sleep were quickly shattered when they started asking for volunteers to give up their seats due to an overbooked situation. On a RED-EYE!
Airline analyst Michael Baker of Business Travel News recently wrote that the airlines’ capping capacity is actually a strategy employed to help maintain the financial fortunes the airlines currently enjoy.
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