I often take an aisle seat
, as I have long legs, and it is more comfortable to be able to stretch them out if someone is sitting opposite.
Although I thought I had taken control and guaranteed an aisle seat
by purchasing the ticket early and arriving two hours before departure, the boarding pass shows otherwise.
A rather large group of Mexicans followed me onto the bus, and the very largest gentleman of the group, weighing close to 300 pounds, gestured inquiringly at the empty aisle seat
There are no more aisle seats
available, but there is a window seat in the back.
TRAVEL EXERCISES Riewe makes sure to book an aisle seat
so she can stand up easily.
The modern equivalent is ten hours next to a 20-stoner sitting in the aisle seat
overflowing the armrest into my space, snorting for breath.
The aircraft have two leather passenger seats on one side of the plane and one seat on the other, so everyone gets either a window or or an aisle seat
Six hours into the flight he demanded that a woman sitting in the aisle seat
move to accommodate him.
Southwest is the people's airline, and after squeezing past about 100 of them and their carry-on packages of plush Sea World toys and duty-free specialty fudges, I found an aisle seat
next to a small bearded man with his nose in a magazine.
I saw it up close on a 1991 plane trip to Minneapolis, an early evening flight on Northwest Airlines on which I had a back row aisle seat
The site features a daily news update; longer, indepth articles on film music; and "Andy's Aisle Seat
," an entertaining column by Dursin.
On January 19, I arrived in the chamber of the House of Representatives, hours before the State of the Union address, to get an aisle seat
, hoping to have a chance to say a few words to the President about Kosovo before his speech.