I was flying with my aunt who had a broken foot and we called B6
to let them know and they were extremely gracious and put her and myself and my mother in a "bulkhead" row (but they said that my mother and I could get kicked out if someone else who needs the bulkhead calls, which is fine).
Anyways, we show up at the airport and get her the wheelchair -- all great signature B6
Until we get our boarding passes -- Row 3! I think to myself -- maybe Row 3 is the bulkhead on one side of the B6
320? Turns out -- nope, it's not. They hold the first 3 rows of the plane for medical/unaccompanied minor/etc. use. They refer to them ALL
as "bulkhead". So yes we had nice seats in the front of the plane (easier for her to get on and off with the wheelchair). BUT, she didn't have the room to stretch out her leg like we thought!
Oh well, she's short so it worked out okay, and B6
does have great service and they worked with her to make it work.
Moral of the story: If she really needs a bulkhead, make it VERY clear that she needs the space to stretch out her leg.