Boston, MA (PRWEB) April 11, 2006
Just in time for summer, LoveMySeat.com has unveiled a suite of comprehensive Airline Seat Comfort Guides™. Prior to booking their flights, air travelers will want to visit the site to check out their seat’s LoveMySeat Comfort Score™. Free Airline Seat Comfort Scores™ are available for over 40,000 airplane seat locations on Boeing, Airbus and other Airplanes. Coverage includes over 80 airlines such as Southwest Airlines, American Airlines, United Airlines, Delta & U.S. Airways. Internet air travelers who are seeking more enjoyable flights can find the company online at http://www.LoveMySeat.com.
A Travelers’ Use of the Internet study conducted by the Travel Industry Association of America’s (TIA) revealed that nearly 64 million online travelers -- 30 percent of the U.S. adult population -- used the Internet in to get travel and destination information. Obviously, Internet travelers want to arm themselves with as many facts as possible before actually booking their airline travel. LoveMySeat.com caters to these information-hungry travelers by providing, in one convenient location, details on the flight seating all the major airlines have to offer.
The LoveMySeat.com website utilizes the Airplane Seat Comfort Scorecard™ Process and is the product of over 4,200 hours of analysis and research. Researchers have scanned and reviewed both U.S and International seat information, and more than 20 independent research firms took part in this process. Research is ongoing and updated continually. Seat Comfort Reviews™ are hand written and formatted by analysts using specialized research techniques. Researchers created the proprietary Seat Comfort Scorecard™ to independently evaluate airplane interiors and seating comfort for each seat on the aircraft. The Scorecard covers airplanes including Boeing 747, 757, 767, 777 and Airbus 320, a319, a330 and a340 aircraft.
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 Boeing and Airbus air travelers should turn when booking their flight tickets. LovemySeat.com -- Aiming to Ensure Every Airline Seat Selection is the Perfect One.
For more information on LoveMySeat.com’s compendium of airplane seat comfort reports, contact Jason Varitek at (858) 384-0266. To learn what in-flight services your intended airlines provide, visit the company online at http://www.LoveMySeat.com.
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