Musing over a pic on A.net of a cabin showing the latest "fashion" for F/C class layouts on wide-bodies to be inwards facing on an angle, I wondered;
A) What are the crash survival implications for passengers seated at this angle as opposed to the more usual forward facing?
B) What is the recommended "Brace Position" in the event of an emergency landing that the F/As have time to prepare the passengers for?
I do have to admit to a slight predjudice against the IDEA of this layout anyway. Not that I expect to ever be rich enough to buy a ticket entitling me to one of these seats, but what's the great attraction of sitting with your back to the window? One of the great joys of flying for me is what's going on outside both at alititude and even when taxiing around airports. I'd have a stiff neck!