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Old 16th November 2021, 09:09 PM   #1
hybridace101
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Default KE F on 77Ws

I am due to fly on KE's 77W C class (LHR-ICN and ICN-MNL) in a few days. However, a weird quirk about it is the seats normally tagged reserved for F are reservable for no extra cost. Is this just a bug? I mean I'm lucky if it's open reservation but that's got to be an exciting thing to watch out for.

If I indeed get seated in what is ordinarily F (and it seems to be the newer Cosmo Suites 2.0) based on the seating chart, what are the differences between F and C that I will likely miss out given that the level of service I paid for is still C?
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Old 18th November 2021, 11:52 PM   #2
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Also, do we know which 77Ws (by identifying their aircraft registrations) are likely to be configured with Cosmo 2.0 and the staggered C seats?
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Old 19th November 2021, 03:59 PM   #3
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Also, do we know which 77Ws (by identifying their aircraft registrations) are likely to be configured with Cosmo 2.0 and the staggered C seats?
HL7202-7205, HL8006-8011, HL8041-8042, HL8346-8347. As of services I have no idea but the most likely difference is the food, other than that, nothing much.
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