Old Jun 21, 17, 10:36 am
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Proudelitist
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Originally Posted by nmh1204 View Post
It says adjacant seat. That doesn't mean contiguous. It also says that the airline will seat them together wherever "practicable". I can't wait to see mums thinking they "know" their rights and argue they have to sit in the seat next to their child. The FAs could just say it's not practical tbh.
It also states the guardian in the SINGULAR. That means one adult...I cannot wait for the families screaming that mommy and daddy are separated as a violation of the law when in reality the airline only has to keep ONE adult with the spwan.
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