(FOX News) - Conventional wisdom holds that an airplane's middle seat is the worst.
But Frontier is looking to change that by adding an extra inch to the seat's width, reports Conde Nast Traveler.
The newly designed middle seats will be 19.3 inches wide, at least an inch wider than the window and aisle seats, which will only be 18.1 inches wide. The airline, best known for piling on extra fees on everything from drinks to carry-ons, says it will not charge extra for the special seats.
"This will make sitting in the middle seat a little less uncomfortable,” Daniel Shurz, Frontier's chief commercial officer, told Conde Nast Traveler.