01 July 2020 | Admin | Hospitality Net Industry News
New York (CNN Business) - The dreaded middle seat is coming back. US airlines had stopped selling them for months, both to ensure social distancing and because of a lack of passengers. But with a modest rebound in flying, that is changing.
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