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 (lĕg′ro͞om′, -ro͝om′)
Room in which to stretch the legs while seated.


room to move one's legs comfortably, as in a car


(ˈlɛgˌrum, -ˌrʊm)

space sufficient for keeping one's legs in a comfortable position, as in an automobile.
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For a small additional fee, sixteen seats in rows 1, 12, 13 and 14 offer extra legroom and are now available on all of the airline's 100-seat E190 aircraft.
Continental Airlines (NYSE:CAL) reported on Wednesday that from 17 March 2010 customers will be able to purchase premium seat assignments for unreserved Economy Class seats with extra legroom.
The couple, from Sutton Coldfield, were surprised at check-in by local radio station BRMB presenter Russ Morris and, as well as the pair of free flights, were also given complimentary extra legroom seating and free meals and drinks on both their outbound and return flights.
Some airlines have invested in bedlike seats, extra legroom and Wi-Fi connections to attract discerning business travelers.
Bostonians realize and appreciate that our fares always include a free checked bag, unlimited brand-name snacks and drinks, the most legroom in coach and the best entertainment in the skies.
Business Class on the A330 aircraft will feature an onboard chef and fully-flat beds with 82 inches of legroom.
LONGLINE LUXURY: The new BMW 745Li which gives rear seat passengers more legroom
Our customers have told us that they love the additional legroom and exclusive feel of the Pacific Premium Economy cabin, and suggested that we look at providing a greater choice of food and amenities," said Ed Sims, Air New Zealand Group General Manager International.
Airline's much-loved Even More Legroom product re-branded and expanded as Even More Space, to include extra legroom plus early boarding and early access to overhead bin space --
FlyDubai Flydubai, a low-cost carrier based in Dubai, offers seats were designed by Recaro [ETH] the seat manufacturer for Formula 1 and Porsche -- to give extra comfort and legroom.
Pacific Premium Economy offers international passengers business class-style food and beverages and amenities, as well as nine inches of seat recline and extra legroom.
This new lifestyle can prompt many to seek out a more comfortable vehicle with additional legroom.