Which Airline Has the Most Legroom?
Whether you’re in it for the long haul or short haul, there’s no denying that flying is largely about the constant quest for comfort. One factor that’s sure to make or break your flight is how much space you have—the amount of leg room often decides whether or not you’re able to stretch, work on your laptop, or even eat with ease using the tray table.
Leg room inches have been gradually disappearing in recent years, prompting the development of new products intended to help protect our space and even the occasional in-flight legroom spat. But not all airlines are created equal when it comes to legroom, so Conde Nast has pulled the numbers for major U.S. and Canadian airlines to help break it down for you.
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