Very Quick Trivial Question...
I have flown on these aircrafts numerous times and usually choose to pre-book seats 33A and B, where the cabin narrows and goes to a 2-3-2 seating plan. I like these as the rear aircraft of the aircraft doesn't feel so crowded and usually where the spare seats are...
I was a little bored this evening
and just been looking on seatguru.com and shows seats in economy in the front cabin (rows 8-19) offer 2 inches extra leg room. I have never sat in these seats and when walking through the cabin never noticed this increased pitch. I have usually found the legroom in rear cabin more than acceptable.
Can anyone with a knowledge of these aircrafts confirm this and if so is it worth considering one of these on my future flight in January?
Are the seats in row 21 by the emergency exit easy to get hold of or are they like other airlines reserved for their "Premium" passengers with Silver/Gold/Chairman Dividend membership? (I am a usual basic dividend member.)
Seat Plan of US Airways A330-300 - http://www.seatguru.com/airlines/US_Airways/US_Airways_Airbus_A330.php
Thanks in advance for your input and a Merry Christmas to all you A.netters!