Passenger of size on an RJ

 
Old Aug 18, 10, 1:26 pm
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CRES is ambiguous...
"The customer must not significantly encroach upon the adjacent seating space."

What does it mean to "significantly encroach"?
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Old Aug 18, 10, 5:31 pm
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Originally Posted by britskie View Post
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Yes, for real ;-)
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Old Aug 19, 10, 10:49 pm
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Old Aug 24, 10, 6:18 pm
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Originally Posted by marklyon View Post
cptlflyer, another reply mentioned it, but there are plenty of other places the human body can store considerable mass but still allow the individual to fit between the armrests.
Perhaps, but is that what we're discussing here? I definitely did not get that impression from the OP.

Even still, the amount of personal space -- with the exception of HEAD room (i.e. ceiling height) -- is actually the same-if-not-greater on an RJ.
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Old Aug 25, 10, 8:03 am
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Originally Posted by cptlflyer View Post
Even still, the amount of personal space -- with the exception of HEAD room (i.e. ceiling height) -- is actually the same-if-not-greater on an RJ.
Technically, yes. For all practical purposes a seat 0.1 inches wider isn't going to make any difference. Especially with my seat mate!
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