This Chinese Airline Has A Solution For Passengers Who Prefer To Be Left Alone

No more praying for empty seats next to you on a flight.

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China's Lucky Air is catering to people who prefer having no one sitting next to them on a flight with their new "One Man, Many Seats" product

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Oriental Daily reported that the product allows passengers to purchase an extra flight ticket for themselves, making sure that they will not be disturbed by others on top of having ample space to themselves.

Chinese media Sina reported that the idea came after analysts claimed that flight seats are almost never completely filled

Hence, not only will the "One Man, Many Seats" product satisfy passengers who prefer privacy onboard, it will also increase revenue for the airline.

A Lucky Air spokesperson told Sina that the extra seat can also be used by passengers to keep "important items" which can't be fitted into the overhead cabin with them. 

The extra seat comes with a discount as much as 80% off normal seat prices

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On top of the discounted base airfare, interested passengers will only pay for fuel charges as well on both domestic and international flights. 

What do you think about paying for an extra seat on flights? Let us know in the comments below.

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