Old Jun 4, 19, 11:35 am
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Originally Posted by Seat Amigo View Post
It seems that if Southwest desires small seats, they have to understand that this issue is going to crop up again and again. We agree with the previous poster, the definition of COS is starting to entrap many of us, as the seats get smaller. You wonder where the line is between profitability and uncomfortable seating.....it's getting closer.
While people may be getting wider, the seats are not actually getting any narrower (at least on WN -- see below). Since they realistically can't go 7 across on a 737, there would be no real point in shrinking the seat width (and the cross-section width is the same on all 737's).

https://thepointsguy.com/2015/04/air...ts-measure-up/

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