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Airline Changed My Seat-Did I Get Hosed?

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I haven't been here in a while. Wild new format.

Anyway, I have a roundtrip flight from Seattle to San Diego next month on Alaska. I got an e-mail from them yesterday saying the flight time had been changed. I didn't mind that, but the e-mail also said my seats may have changed.

I logged on to my confirmation to check my seats. The seats for my outgoing flight are the same, but on the flight back from San Diego, the seats that I picked were moved from 15A and 15B to 29E and 29F. I've never sat at the back of the plane, so my first instinct was to change the seats to something closer to the middle. However, the row is close to the lavatory and I will be travelling with my mobililty impaired mother. If she has to use the ladies room, the less she has to walk, the better.

So, if it were you, would you move the selected seats up a few rows, or leave it be? The plane is a 737-800, though I don't know if it's configuration 1 or 2.

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