THERE is a simple Google trick that means you can book a plane seat with the most legroom – without having to pay for it.
All you need to do is use the Google Flights website when you are next planning your holiday.
Travel expert Zachary Abel, who shared the advice on his Instagram account, revealed how to do the Google Flights hack.
In his video, he explained: "Here’s a Google Flight hack you may not know about.
“Let’s say you want to go from LA to New York from November the 12th to the 16th.
"You see JetBlue, United and Delta are all the same price and it’s a really great deal. So what’s the best option?Enter: Leg Rooms for Google Flights.”
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Legrooms for Google Flights is an extension that can be added to Chrome.
Zachary continued: “Look what it does – same flights – it tells you how much legroom you’re going to have. "
He added that if you want to fly business, the extension also reveals which seats are lie-flat and which ones aren't.
Not only that, but it also shows the CO2 emissions per flight, if you want to travel with a greener airline
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The video which he also posted on his TikTok account, has been liked more than 38k times, with many saying it was an amazing tip.
One person said: "Omg you kill it every time."
Another said: "Best hack year to date."
Someone else agreed: "This is the best thing I've seen on the internet today. From a tall, frequent flyer…thank you!"
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One woman revealed how to get more legroom, with a clever hand luggage trick.
A passenger was recently slammed for their very rude technique to get more legroom during a flight.
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