Nobody wants the middle seat on a plane journey – and for good reason.
Being crammed between two strangers can often leave passengers at the mercy of their fellow travellers’ respect for personal space (or lack of).
And, for lone female passengers, that can sometimes over-spill into unwelcome sexual attention from a minority of men.
Fortunately, an Indian airline has created a potential way around that – by guaranteeing their single female customers won’t ever be allocated the central seat.
Vistara, a Delhi-based airline, launched its Woman Flyer service this week in a bid to encourage harassment-free travel…