In this Oct. 29, 2010 photo, an American Airlines jet...

In this Oct. 29, 2010 photo, an American Airlines jet airplane approaches Philadelphia International Airport in Philadelphia. American Airlines ground workers split over the company's final contract offer that would spare some jobs targeted for elimination. The Transport Workers Union said Tuesday, May 15, 2012, that five work groups voted to accept the company's offer but two others, including the biggest, aircraft mechanics, rejected it. Pilots, flight attendants and the TWU have already thrown their support to a bid by US Airways to take over American and create a bigger combined airline. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke) Credit: AP Photo/Matt Rourke

I heard about airlines charging extra for aisle and window seats and how this may force families to sit apart ["Airlines urged: Keep families near," News, May 28]. I think it's brilliant.

How nice to have a cranky 4-year-old handed off to total strangers for the duration of the flight! Just think of all the toddlers in the dreaded middle seats entertaining heretofore unknown adults for an entire flight while the parents relax.

The poor flight attendants will be forced to run up and down the aisles, walking children to the restroom or locating parents of weeping, giggling, fighting or sick kids.

No legislation is needed. This situation will take care of itself within a week.

Susan Galante, Farmingville