It seemed airlines and consumers were constantly at odds this year — air carriers looked for new ways to make a profit in a sluggish economy, while the rest of us set out on a mission to find cheaper tickets. A possible solution came in the form of a new seating design when British company Design Q announced a concept that it estimated would allow for a 50 percent increase in the number of passengers on board by seating customers in rows that face each other. The idea drew a mixed reaction from most of you, though it seems there's a general consensus on one key point: these flights should be kept short, real short.
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