FAA responds to lawsuit from a passengers' rights group

The agency says it won't regulate seating due to their evacuation tests proving that there is enough room for passengers and crew in case of emergency.
0:22 | 07/03/18

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And a tight squeeze when you fly the FAA today responding to a lawsuit from a passenger's rights group. Concerned about the safety of adding more seats already cramped cabins. The agency says it won't regulate ceding the FAA says evacuation tests prove. There is enough room for passengers and crew to maneuver in case of emergency an escape. Within the required ninety seconds.

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