Helping you get the best seat on the plane
Whether you are flying in economy, premium economy, business or first, some seats are better than others. Seatplans.com has information on all classes of travel with accurate seat plans sourced directly from the major airlines as well as detailed information on the actual seats/beds on the plane. Helpful advice, reader reviews and independent news will all help you make the right choice for your journey: see seatplans.com
seatguru.com – by Trip Advisor – also says – “on every plane page, there is an In-Flight Amenity box. The amenity icons pictured in the box represent the services that are available on a particular plane. Click on the individual icons for more details and links to more information. If an icon is not pictured, that service is not offered on the aircraft.”
Evidently, another great site to check airline safety records is airlinequality.com
Of course, using a site that checks out flights for all major airlines, is always the best way to get if not the best seat on the plane, at least the best airline and seat for your next trip.
So, if you want a window seat, long leg room, be near the toilets, or near the back or the front of a section , these sites will help you sort out the best seat for you, happy travels from the kiwitravelwriter .
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