By Simon Rocker, November 19, 2009
Flying can pose all sorts of challenges, none more so than for those who are meticulous about saying their prayers at the right time of day.
A Manchester rabbi reportedly told a meeting this week that it is better to pray in your seat rather than risk a disruption by standing in the aisle.
He was unavailable for comment ...because he was flying when the JC tried to contact him.
But a member of his audience said that he had been concerned about the impression made on potential passengers, especially if Jews simply got up and tried to pray in a minyan.