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Why did they move my seat?

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I have a trip planned for September and for the overseas flight I chose an aisle seat near the back of the plane. I did this at least a month or two ago, not sure exactly when.

Yesterday just for the heck of it I looked at the seat map and they had moved me to a middle seat near the front of coach. The seats on either side of this middle seat are already occupied. WTH?? There were quite a few aisle seats still available throughout the plane. Since there was another aisle seat near the back I clicked it and as of this morning I'm still in that same seat.

I would like to know why the heck happened. If they needed to move me to accomodate a disabled person then that's OK, but they could have at least put me in another aisle seat. Nobody would choose a middle seat unless they absolutely must, especially when the other seats on that row are occupied.

Does anyone know a reason this would happen? The airline is Lufthansa if that matters. I really hope they don't do this again, especially if it happens after all of the aisle seats are taken.

Thanks.

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