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That Airline Seat You Paid for Isn't Yours

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If you buy an assigned seat at a theater, sports or concert venue, you get the seat you picked. But an assigned seat on the airline is radically different: Every so often, you don’t get it, even when you pay extra for it. Premium-seating fees guarantee nothing.

It’s happened to families who see their children reassigned rows away from their parents. It’s happened to single travelers when airline computers automatically reshuffle seats on full flights. And it famously happened to political commentator Ann Coulter, who…

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