The major airlines have recently begun charging passengers extra for window seats, setting choice seats aside for frequent fliers, and even charging for the privilege of reserving seats at all. Those policies can force parents to sit separately from their children — a problem that will only grow worse in the summer. It seems that airlines could come up with a workable solution that respects the needs of business travelers, brings in extra revenue, and still allows parents to sit with their kids.
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