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Why are airplane seats different? Because I am a It’s just a bunch of Hocus Pocus sanderson museum shirt, and have status at various tiers within the airline’s program, I get first access to better seats at the time of booking. For example, exit row aisles, or the bulkheads at the front. These are the seats that people covet, and the seats where you find poachers and swap requestors all the time. I know enough to manage to get those seats, the tricks, the tactics, etc etc. And it’s a competition. A competition for the most comfortable flight, the best seats, overhead bin space, etc. If I am there, it’s because I won it. You lost. I won. But for some reason, whenever there is a swap request, the requestor seems to be improving their situation and the requestee is asked to worsen theirs. Nobody is offering someone an exit row for the middle seats by the toilet.