best world traveller plus seats 747

Under the floor, or further forward under the seat in front) at the expense of passenger comfort.
I am 5ft3 and the entertainment box under all seats but the aisle took up my legroom, that and with no footwell divider between the window and middle seat meant a constant battle for space with my neighbour.
Submitted by SeatGuru User on 2017 / 06 / 11 for Seat 17F.
Because I nabbed the special offer upgrade price of 150 I am happy with my decision when travelling on my own I would happily pay that price not to be so squished next to a stranger.
The whole arrangement is not great this seat is a challenge Submitted by SeatGuru User on 2016 / 07 / 12 for Seat 44F An earlier reviewer suggested this seat does not recline, this in incorrect.Difficult to get any sleep with the light from the galley and disturbance from the sounds and voices of the air service crew working at the galley.1A does suffer some footfall from others going to the toilet.Premium Economy looked more like what I was looking for: an oversize, conventional seat (i.e.

There is an AV box that takes up around 40 of the leg room.
But ultimate dj sound effects the seat width is narrow and there is little shoulder room.
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Submitted by SeatGuru User on 2017 / 03 / 04 for Seat 38F All Economy seats are excruciatingly cramped, especially for any flight longer than 60 min.
Cosy cushion and decent legroom in World Traveller Plus.My wife and I really enjoyed these seats, they are no different to the rest and are really comfortable.Too dark inside- had to use my torch to go to bathroom!Good seat, better privacy than most as nobody to step over or step.Electronically dimming windows work better on this version than on earlier models.