's online time table for August lists
423 to be operated with a A330-300 and LH
421 with a B744. ----> Which one is your flight ? Might also be worth to check equipment for a specific date ...BOS
you will be flying through the night. F/A's very likely will ask you to put down the window shades in order that the rising sun willnot wake up (or disturb) sleeping pax.
= There will be not much to be seen. Only in case you fly over land after take off from BOS
and then when crossing Ireland, UK, The Netherlands and Germany (depending on exact routing).
Flying on LH
423 it will be still dark when you land in FRA
Flying on LH
421 it will be dark when you take off at BOS
If you get a "K" seat, the sun will shine into your windows over Europe ---> Get a "A" seat, if you still prefer to sit in a window seat.
If you check-in online, you will be able to select your seat.
If it is crucial for you to get a specifc seat, try to call the airline's reservation center and have your booking reference available.
|Quoting Msnell (Reply 3):|
I don't know what 'SeatGuru' mean when they talk about limited legroom,
On seatguru.com this usually refers to a small (or medium-sized) metal box (holding some IFE-related stuff) that is mounted under the seat in front of you thus penetrating into the space where one puts his/her feet.
Carpe diem ! Life is too short to waste your time ! Keep in mind, that today is the first day of the rest of your life !