Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer
Member since 17 May 2015
Total posts 40
So we have booked A and K seats on the way to EU. Am I right thinking these seats have the greatest legroom when compared to B&J?
I tried updating the commment...but I am flying Emirates.
Air New Zealand - Airpoints
Member since 31 Oct 2016
Total posts 205
Chap, Do you know what Aircraft you're flying?
Member since 10 Oct 2013
Total posts 80
i like A seats and choose these on way to UK and K same - esp if EF not available for couple - more privacy and room in my opinion - the two class a380 i do try to sit away from the bulkhead just in case the small economy cabin is in use (often is blocked out unless flying at busy times so have seen it in and out of use) so generally row 8a/k is my pref to 6 (just too close to curtain in case econ section used) - doesnt of course matter on the full service a380 but is worth considering on the 2class - not sure officially re seat length though so apologies if wrong as i wont sit in aisle seat its too exposed - window or central double is my way to go - enjoy!
Member since 14 Feb 2017
Total posts 77
Best seats for legroom are apparently "bulkhead" on the EK A388 which get slightly more legroom than the rest due to the console positioning and space. I flew this in bulkhead Milan to NYC but didn't really notice the space difference. But probably depends how tall you are as well (i'm not that tall so the EK business class is perfect for me as it is).
OK, so I have flown in Seat B and J, and from memory, they have less Pitch, due to being closer together to allow access to A and K seats.
Member since 06 Oct 2016
Total posts 31
Couples splitting seats really annoys me, A/D and G/J (i think) is OK but having two people communicating across when you are stuck with a stranger in EF...
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