Some Airlines Are Giving Up the Middle Seat. Not Frontier

Budget airline has another solution if a passenger wants an empty seat next to them

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Most major U.S. airlines, including Delta, Alaska and American, are giving passengers the option to practice social distancing 30,000 feet in the air by making the decision to no longer sell the middle seat on their flights.

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