For a great deal on a much roomier seat when flying domestically, try these three smaller airlines

FLIERS desperate to escape coach-class misery on domestic trips lack good options. These days, it can cost you an extra $70 one-way just to sit on the aisle. But several smaller U.S. carriers are hawking their own take on first class for a lot less than what you’d spend with a mainstream airline. These seats are typically scarce, so book well ahead to make that next packed-to-the-gills flight more bearable.

JetBlue: On many cross-country and Caribbean flights, this normally one-class airline tempts fliers with Mint, an...



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