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Member since 16 Sep 2015
Total posts 13
Hi, Travelling from Sydney to LAX in July on QF A380. Any recommendations for Economy window seat. I would prefer upper deck at the rear but open to anything.
Member since 17 Aug 2012
Total posts 1,285
SYD-LAX in Economy? My recommendation is alcohol.
Member since 21 Aug 2014
Total posts 186
It's not Air Koryo Economy so he can easily survive in Y on QF!
With the North Koreans, the OP wouldn't have hard liquor so much as hard labour.
Member since 30 May 2013
Total posts 120
I can highly recommend 33A. This is upstairs in the small economy cabin which is a much better experience to downstairs. There's never a queue for the toilets and the service is very quick. I've also sat in 36K which was also good, however there was slighlty more noise from the galley. Enjoy your trip!
Member since 29 Nov 2013
Total posts 448
Hmm, not sure I'd be chasing a window seat on a trans-pacific flight...You might get some nice views of Western Sydney, or the coastline for maybe 10mins max - then water for a few hours until you meet the sunset, and then flip a coin as to what views you get of LA - water - rocky boring island - water - boring airport... or water - rocky boring island - water - LA surburbia (through a smog haze) - more LA surburbia - boring airport...
All the while you'll need to climb over two other pax to get to the toilets or stretch your legs...
Go the aisle...
I know this'll be unpopular, but the aisle is a good call.
Member since 26 May 2012
Total posts 132
Aisle for me any day on long haul economy! Nothing worse than sitting by the window crossing your legs and worrying about disturbing your neighbours!
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