Some Air Carriers Adding More Seats To Planes

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(Memphis)  You might notice a tighter squeeze the next time you fly.

Air carriers, including Southwest and United, are adding skinnier seats to their planes so they can squeeze out more profit.

On average, they’re adding about six more passengers a flight.