Caption

VIDEO: Here's why some plane seats don't line up with the windows

Flying in an airplane can give you some stellar glimpses of the sky. But there are a few jets that make the view a little harder to enjoy, because the seats don’t always line up with the windows. 

»RELATED: Meet this requirement if you want to become a Delta Air Lines flight attendant

That’s because alignment is not a top priority for manufactures. The main goal is to fit as many people on the aircraft as possible, causing the positioning to sometimes be off just a tad. 

In the fact, the leg room on many planes has decreased in recent years. In 1975, the average legroom was 35 inches. As of 2015, it’s dropped to 31.

Want to learn more? Take a look at the Business Insider video below for the full breakdown. 

Recommended for you

Recommended for you

Recommended for you

Most read

  1. 1 Five things we learned in Falcons’ 23-20 win over Giants 
  2. 2 Bank garnishes single woman's savings
  3. 3 'DWTS: Juniors': Did Honey Boo Boo make it through round 3?

»RELATED: Photos: Inside look at new Airbus plane

More from AJC