I travel by flight some times. Certainly not like some of my friends and colleagues and other work acquaintances who it seems are in the air all of the time. And I have to say that I have never ever really had a bad experience as far as the service goes or how I've been treated...never had any luggage lost, delayed, sent somewhere else or anything like that. My big thing is hitting turbulence in the air at miles up, especially if it lasts for awhile. The one thing I notice is that while it gets to me, when I look around, it doesn't seem to bother anyone else on the flight.

So I guess that those people who aren't bothered by turbulence are like those friends, colleagues and other work acquaintances of mine who fly all of the time. They must be used to it. For the record, don't get me wrong here. I don't freak out when turbulence happens, I just don't like it. I don't want you to think I get out of my seat and run up and down the aisle on the plane with my hands in the air, screaming.

Nope. Not that guy...

Back to the people I know who travel by plane all of the time. Yes, they will complain about a few things from time to time, but their biggest complaints always tend to revolve around having to sit too close to other people and just the general lack of space on the plane.

This could solve some of their issues. According to MLive, Delta Airlines is eliminating the middle seats in it's airplanes which will then make it possible for only around a 50, and up to 60 percent capacity on those flights. Of course the reason is to try to have better social distancing on Delta flights and it's now projected to continue until the end of June. By the way, they're not tearing the seats out, you just can't buy a ticket for them or sit in them. Get the complete information here at MLive.

By the way if you had been thinking, "Hey, they're removing the middle seats! That means more room for the drink cart!"

No such luck my friend, no such luck...

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