Carlsbad, CA (PRWEB) November 2, 2005 —
The world’s estimated 69 million annual air travelers now have a new place to turn online when it comes to booking the best possible airline seats. Fueled by this figure—which is expected to grow to 1 billion passengers by the year 2015—LoveMySeat.com today made its official Internet debut. Designed to fully inform passengers in advance about airline seat specifics, LoveMySeat.com exclusively caters to this growing segment of the travel population. Air passengers who have booked flight tickets and would like to ensure they secure the best possible seats can visit the company online at http://www.LoveMySeat.com.
A recent Gallup Poll revealed that a full 60 percent of air travelers say they’ve experienced at least minor problem with their seat comfort, with 19 percent citing airline seat discomfort as a major issue. Frequent complaints range from lack of legroom to seats that do not recline, and everything in between. If flight ticket holders were informed to these issues prior to selecting their airline seat assignments, they could make more informed decisions, thereby experiencing a more enjoyable journey. But with dozens of airlines to choose from and seat layouts changing all the time, where does the time-pressed air traveler turn for such information? LoveMySeat.com arms air travelers with the information they need to make the most informed airline seat selections.
Covering 50 airlines, including United, American and Southwest, and 350 different planes, in terms of breadth of airline seat information LoveMySeat.com outperforms its competition by nearly 50 percent. What’s more, the site updates its specific flight information on a regular basis so it always remains current. By browsing LoveMySeat.com, in just a few short minutes air travelers with disabilities, who are traveling with small children, who require Internet or laptop access or who are just seeking more legroom or better seat pitch will find the airline seats that best meet their requirements.
LoveMySeat.com isn’t just some boring old Internet airline seat resource. While it contains seating maps for all the major and international carriers, it also encourages visitor interactivity. Browsers of the site can sign up for LoveMySeat.com’s “Seat Solutions” newsletter, which is chock full of informative articles designed to ensure air travelers get the most out of each and every flight ticket they book. The website’s forum also allows air travelers to share their personal airline seat experiences with others, thereby rendering LoveMySeat.com an unbiased atmosphere. If airline seat comfort and enjoyment are priorities, LoveMySeat.com is the first place Internet air travelers should turn when booking their flight tickets.
For more information on LoveMySeat.com’s airline seat ranking process, contact John Damon at (858) 384-0266. To learn how you can get more comfort and enjoyment out of your next scheduled flight, visit the company online at http://www.LoveMySeat.com.
John Damon, Media Relations