|AY MD-11: C 36 seats/ Y 246 seats|
|Quoting Andaman (Reply 2):|
rows 21-29, has 9-abreast seating so I would go there if possible
|Quoting LXM83 (Reply 3):|
Apparently depends on your booking class. I was booked in X class and only the 10-abreast section appeared when selecting a seat (on Amadeus). However, when I made a test booking in Y, of course the full cabin became available. Don't know if these rules still apply at check-in, maybe just try by asking to be seated in rows 21-29.
|Quoting Andaman (Reply 4):|
I have noticed they usually are flexible at check-in, if there are free seat. I only have flown the HEL-BKK in route in Y though, many package holiday makers there and they are pre-seated in back.
|Quoting ClassicLover (Reply 5):
How come they have the 9 abreast section? Did the whole cabin used to be 9 abreast or what? Are the seats in the 9 abreast wider or just wide aisles?
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