Old Aug 28, 16, 4:09 am
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By law all airlines have to accommodate disabled passengers with a seat that works for them. The first row of a cabin is always subject to disabled passengers taking a seat from someone else.

I'm betting either 1)the passenger flies frequently or 2)the passenger had introduced their self and thus why the GA seemed to know them.

I have hardware in my leg and if not on a D1 in F/J on a lie-flat, I have to have an aisle with the aisle to the left of the seat. Agents at airport know me and will redo seats without me asking.
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