The October 20 issue of Wander Wisdom featured a first-class passenger. Maresa Friedman was asked to switch seats so a family could sit together.
Being asked to switch seats on a plane or train isn't new, per Wander Wisdom.
"It's sometimes worth sitting elsewhere so a family can be together. When leaving a great first-class seat, it's best to say "no."
Friedman flew first class. A poorly-planned family asked her to move.Friedman refused because she paid for a better seat.
Being a mother of two, she understood wanting to sit together. She shouldn't have been bumped.
Friedman: "Don't expect to sit together if you buy basic economy tickets." "You'll get the remaining seats. Upgrade your ticket."