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Comfort is king on long flights – and airlines make you pay for it

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Any comforts, big or small, that you can glean during a long-haul flight can make the difference between a miserable trip and a bearable one. Of course, airlines know that too and are all too happy to charge more for seats with more legroom and a better spot. The German-language magazine Reise und Preise took a deeper look into just how much more desirable seats cost: While the unpopular middle seat is sold for about 10 to 65 dollars, depending on the airline and length of the route, the preferred seats on the aisle or window, as well as in the front of the cabin area, cost 35 to 120 dollars e…

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