Delta Airlines is reportedly testing a new, low fare seating option.
The Orlando Sentinel reports that the "basic economy" seats are about 12 to 20 dollars cheaper than regular economy seats.
The basic economy seats are non-refundable and no cancellations or changes are allowed after the tickets are purchased.
Passengers who choose a basic economy ticket will not be able to select their seats.
The seats are assigned by a computer.
Passengers can still earn frequent flier miles on the cheaper tickets.
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