How to get a good seat on an airplane

How to get a good seat on an airplane

Air travel did have a golden age. There was more space, classier designs. Seats were wide, people had leg-room and there was plenty of space for everyone. But, times have changed. Today there is formula. The formula, hailed as the ultimate guide for legroom, was based on calculations of how many cubic centimeters of leg, rear-end and shoulder space it takes to create a “tolerable” experience for passengers. They determined it to be 81cm.

There is no single “best seat” on an airplane — all have their pros and cons — so decide what’s important to you. Legroom? Peace and quiet? A quick exit? A smooth ride?

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