Face it – no one likes being stuck in a middle seat at the very back of the plane. And not all seats are equal – in fact there are very few amazing seats in coach. And scoring the good seats getting harder. This month, Peter reported on how the airlines are actually holding back up to 40 percent of available seats when you book online.
These days, if you devote some care and attention into when and how you book, you still have a chance to score a pretty comfortable seat in coach. Watch Alyssa Caverley’s latest Know Before You Go report to learn how and when to pick your seat, the best information on your different aircraft options, how to use frequent-flier status to your benefit, and when to pay for a preferred seat.
Don’t miss the latest Know Before You Go videos on Avoiding Airline Fees, Packing for the Plane, How to Make Frequent Flier Miles Work for You, How to Avoid Jet Lag and Questions to Ask Before Traveling Together.
For more options for choosing your seats, watch:
- Peter’s CBS This Morning report, How to Book the Best Coach Seats without Paying Extra
- Peter’s CBS This Morning report, Defining A Preferred Seat
- Alyssa Caverley’s Know Before You Go Report: When to Book a Preferred Seat
By Alyssa Caverley for PeterGreenberg.com