If you're tried of ever-shrinking seats on planes there may be some good news.
Congress is preparing to require the Federal Aviation Administration to set a new minimum requirement for seats on airplanes.
The aim is to give passengers a break from ever-shrinking legroom and cramped quarters.
The bill would also ban the involuntary bumping of passengers who have already boarded a plane.
But lawmakers declined to include language that would stop airlines from imposing fees deemed "not reasonable".
So would you support the move, or are lower prices more important than seat comfort?