A colleague of mine recently passed along an interesting tidbit from the Minneapolis Star Tribune.
It's about an online survey that revealed the frustration airline passengers sometimes feel when seated next to an "active" child or crying baby. More than 80 percent of respondents said airlines should reserve a section of the plane for parents with babies and smaller children.
The survey -- at airfarewatchdog.com -- also asked whether "clinically obese" passengers should have to buy an extra seat. 82 percent said yep.
Do we all need to be a little more forgiving when flying today's not so friendly skies, or are these reasonable requests from a flying public that's fed up?
What do you think?