|Quoting HKGKaiTak (Reply 6):|
Window always. It might be a pain when you want to go to the bathroom but no-one ever bothers you to move out of the way and you have a wall to lean against.
|Quoting AR1300 (Reply 14):|
I'm a window-man.I refuse to fly if I don't get a window seat.
|Quoting PER744 (Reply 13):|
I always go for an aisle, especially long-haul. I rarely sleep on planes, so I like to have the ability to get in and out of my seat easily throughout the entire flight.
I'd rather get up and down to allow other people to get in and out, rather than be stuck when I do need to get up.
|Quoting Jdaniel001 (Reply 29):|
Go with the aisle...you won't have to bug people to get up.
|Quoting An225 (Reply 33):|
The flight GIG-CDG was on one of the oldest 744 (F-GISD) without PTV's and only French in-flight entertainment (yachs). This time I had an aisle seat (22E) in the middle section of seats (where there are 4 seats abreast). This is good if you are not happy with the in-flight entertainment so you can walk down the aisles, but it is a problem if the passengers seating next to you (and you have up to two of them if all seats are occupied) want to get out also.
|Quoting LipeGIG (Reply 36):|
Bad lucky, AF has changed the planes for CDG-GIG for new 744 with NEV concept and probably you get one day in which AF changed the plane (due to some maintenance or other reason).