|Quoting Cessnalady (Thread starter):|
Can anyone help me out figure out exactly which rows are those in order to absolutely avoid them?
|Quoting Cessnalady (Reply 2):|
I so much wish AM was enlisted in seatguru... Albeit I figure their B73G configuration must be very much like that of CO... rows 1 to 3 in J, rows 5 to 35 in Y, the bad row must be 7... Or 8?
|Quoting Fyano773 (Reply 7):|
rows 6 on the 73G and 9 on the 738 are always unavailable,
|Quoting CessnaLady (Reply 10):|
Just to let you folks know... After the trip, my choice of seats your don't want to book in an AM B73G are:
Row 1 (bulkhead in front, no place to stretch legs)
|Quoting Orbis (Reply 11):|
And I must add that row 3 in some cases have limited recline, also.
|Quoting Adriaticus (Reply 13):|
I've always wondered why class-dividing bulkheads do not have a more clever, inclined design?
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