(FOX NEWS) — Many families now voicing concerns over air travel saying they’ve been forced to separate from their children on a plane due to assigned seating costs.
Choosing seats grouped together on a flight may add expenses if they’re choice seat locations.
Consumer Reports says it has more than 46,000 signatures and is trying to hit a goal of 50,000.
The site also says it has more than 400 complaints about seat separation practices even for moving children two-years-old away from families.
A previous complaint to the US Department of Transportation was turned away because the number of complaints wasn’t large enough.
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