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Old 29th December 2017, 05:54 AM   #346
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A350: Definitely avoiding the rear section with the bassinets. Any experiences of 17A- does it feel tucked away in a corner or exposed to the galley? Would somewhere like 15A give me a better window aspect?

A380 (SKB-K variant): again, checking if 15A offers a secluded corner feel, or would a middle of large cabin row like 22A be quieter and lighter? I guess the smaller front cabin and tthe main section would be quite a different feel. Any information about window alignment would be good- always seems to be a row where you end up leaning forward or twisting back that I'd want to avoid.
I wouldn't want row 17 on A350, too close to the galley and toilet. May not be a problem on a day flight but if it's overnight it would be undesirable.

A380 I like the small front cabin. Other commenters prefer the spaciousness of the larger cabin but I like the exclusivity and privacy of the smaller space. I have always taken row 14 though, can't comment on row 15.
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Old 23rd January 2018, 08:47 AM   #347
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Hello, all.
My wife and I will board SQ 317 in coming July. It shows that the flight will be operated by new A380. Every bulkhead seats onboard have been occupied. Is it better to choose 97 D&F, the last row of it. The new one has 2 rows at rear cabin compared with only one on old A380.
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Old 31st January 2018, 04:07 PM   #348
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B777ER - For window (A&K) seats in the emergency rows such as that of rows 41 & 49, are the windows misaligned and is there a protrusion from the emergency exit? Is it better to go with an aisle seat (C&H)? Thanks.
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Old 1st February 2018, 05:06 AM   #349
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B777ER - For window (A&K) seats in the emergency rows such as that of rows 41 & 49, are the windows misaligned and is there a protrusion from the emergency exit? Is it better to go with an aisle seat (C&H)? Thanks.
Row 41 shouldn't be an issue as it's not an exit row. There's a thin screen between the back of PEY and the first row of Y.
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Old 1st February 2018, 04:28 PM   #350
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Row 41 shouldn't be an issue as it's not an exit row. There's a thin screen between the back of PEY and the first row of Y.
Thank you!
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Old 14th March 2018, 09:48 PM   #351
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Have a flight on SQ876 in a month in J. Currently served by A333. Is row 11 the one to get? Usually a window seat person but I might get the DF seats just so I donít need to bother the other person to get out.
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Old 17th April 2018, 09:41 AM   #352
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If travelling total of 3 pax which comprises of myself, wife and 8 year old daughter which seats are best on the 2013 77W and 2017 A380 in business class?

SYD-SIN-SYD route.

Any preference which numbers seat?

I guess I would put wife and daughter in the middle next to each other and I'm on the left window side.

Thanks,
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Old 16th August 2018, 12:35 PM   #353
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Just flew SQ833 on 2017 J. Seat 11A. Legroom is probably better than a standard seat. Just be warned though - crew conversation in the galley is very audible in this seat. I was able to hear all their discussions as if they were seated right next to me. Probably a combination of quieter cabin, acoustics, etc. Didn't bother me too much as I had my headphones on most of the time (watching back to back episodes of Atlanta Season 1), but may be an issue for those trying to work/sleep.
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