Insider's Guide to Airline Seating at Rejects’s Claims of Copyright Infringement; Researchers Find Best Seating Facts from Multiple Sources

Share Article suggests SeatGuru information not deserving of Copyright; provides original airline seat selection tools and research helping airline travelers identify the best legroom, recline and seat locations on most airline flights.

Defending its right to publish airline seat comfort reviews, interactive airline seating charts, consumer research, and Seat Comfort Scores™ for leading domestic and international airlines, dismisses the validity of claim’s of copyright infringement by competitor, Inc..

On May 1, 2006, filed a civil action in United States Federal Court Las Vegas, Nevada (#2:06-cv-0500-JCM-GWF) demanding refrain: (1) from using the copyrighted material registered by or any substantially and confusingly similar phrases, images or trade dress in connection with the offering of their services.

Steven Hall, Founder of the Insider’s Guide to Better Airline Travel located at, remarked, “We do not copy content from Seatguru. The content and research on is original and we have researched every seat review and rating using multiple sources including user submitted seat reviews which can be viewed on the site. Users to our airline travel guide will find detailed seating charts and detailed comments identifying seats with limited legroom, reduced recline and poor locations.” is a consumer travel web site focused on airline travel on all major airlines such as United Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Airlines, British Airways, Air Canada, Lufthansa Airlines and Northwest Airlines. The site provides original consumer information, articles, news and airline guides helping airline travelers choose the most comfortable seat before they book their airline tickets.

Steven Hall and are represented by F. Christopher Austin of Greenberg Trauig, LLP Las Vegas, Nevada. founder adds, “We have not infringed on the copyright of SeatGuru and we dispute the fact that their airline seating information and facts are deserving of a copyright. Airline travelers typically use more than one source to research travel and now they have another source of facts available identifying legroom, recline, laptop powerport, galley, lavatory and exit row locations that could impact their seat comfort.”

The Airline Travel Guide provides unique seat comfort research not found anywhere else on the Internet:

Airplane Seat Comfort Reports™ - Comprehensive on-line seat selection guides for over 80 airlines and 300 different airplanes.

Seat Comfort Maps with Ratings™ - Detailed, color-coded airplane seat maps to help identify below average and above average seats.

Seat Comfort Reviews™ – Researched and formatted comments describing positive and negative seat attributes.

User Generated Seat Reviews – Airline seat reviews submitted by travelers.

Seat Comfort Ratings™ – Seat Comfort Rating compare each seat to other seats on the same airplane. (e.g.: Poor).

Seat Comfort Score™ – 1 to 10 Seat Comfort Scores compare each seat to those on all other airplanes.

‘Best/Worst’ Summary™ – Gives the Best and the Worst LMS Comfort Rated seats on each plane.

In-flight Service Summaries™ – Gives information on data ports, audio, meals, and other seat features.

Airplane Interior Information – Summary of airplane’s interior with features such as lavatories, bulkheads, and galleys identified.

In order to create the database of seat comments, researchers analyze multiple sources to find the best airplane interior, seat comfort, and in-flight service information available. All available research data is evaluated using the Airplane Seat Comfort Scorecard™ System. Airplane Seat Comfort Reports™ are created that include seat reviews, seat ratings, seat scores, aircraft interior information, best and worst seats, and in-flight service summaries. is also the only airline seating website to publish both user generated comments and researcher generated comments – making it an unbiased, consume focused airline seating and airline travel website.


Prior to booking their flights, airplane ticket buyers will want to visit the site to check out their seat’s Comfort Rating and interactive seat maps so that they will know if their seat selection is above or below average compared to other seats on the airplane. LoveMySeat Comfort Ratings™ include consumer focused, unbiased Seat Comfort Reviews™ for 50,000 airplane seat locations on most major airlines and airplanes including Boeing 747, 757, 767, 777 and Airbus 320, a319, a330 and a340 aircraft.

Most popular airplanes include: United Airlines Boeing 747-400 (747), Delta Airlines Boeing 737-800 (738), Cathay Pacific Boeing 747-400 (747), Continental Airlines Boeing 777-200 (777), Lufthansa Airbus A340 (333), British Airways Boeing 777, Singapore Airlines Boeing 777-300, Northwest Airlines Airbus A319 (319), Delta Airlines Boeing 767 -300, Thai Airways Boeing 747-400 (747).


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