Airplane Etiquette: Who gets the middle armrests
According to the Global Strategy Group, 56 percent of Americans would rather get stuck in traffic or go on a blind date than sit in the middle seat on a full flight. Worry no more, the middle seat passenger should get both armrests, according to Contemporary Etiquette Institute and Emily Post. Print this out to slip into the pocket of the seat in front of your seat partners (before they arrive).
Better yet, greet your seat mates with a smile and a hello when you buckle up, and set your sights on an easy flight.