I recently came back from a trip which lasted about 5 and half hours and by the end of it I felt ill, very cramped all over from not being to move and severely dehydrated.
This was by no means a cheap flight and I would like to know why the airlines put people through this torture like we are cattle or something worse. (I think they would actually get treated better in fact) I mean there has to be some law about minimum leg loom because I did not have any and it can't be right to put you in a chair for nearly six hours with your legs pushed into the steel in someone's chair in front without being able to move.
Something has to change with these companies and you should not have to upgrade just to be able to sit in your chair properly.
Also the cabin was very stuffy and we did not have sufficient air to be comfortable. The airline was Thompson and First Choice and they should not put their passengers through this and something should be done to stop them doing it again. Has anyone else been through a similar hell?
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