How to get the best seat on the plane12/02/2015
You’ve packed your luggage and are ready to drive to airport and fly. There’s just one thing standing between you and your dream holiday: A long uncomfortable journey on a plane with tight seats, limited reclining space etc. KAYAK.com in cooperation with Dan Air created a smart guide to provide tips on choosing the best seat on a plane.
In the Airbus fleet used by easyJet or British Airways for short haul journeys, A1 is secretly known as the best seat. Here you’ll get extra leg room, a high chance of being served first and an unobstructed view. Just remember to wrap up warm as it’s typically one of the colder seats in the plane.
On the other hand, in the Boeing 777 commonly used by British Airways, Emirates, Singapore Airlines and Qatar Airways, seats in rows 44 and 45 are the most complained about. It’s no wonder – with less leg room, limited reclining space and close proximity to both the toilets and crew galley.
Here is an infographic to help you to find the best seat on a plane: