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Continental B767-400 Business First, Which Seat?

Tue Sep 07, 2010 3:37 am

I will be flying Continental Business First in December from Houston to Honolulu on A B767-400. This will be my first trip on their 767. With the seating arrangement 2-1-2, and only 4 rows, what seats would people recommend?

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RE: Continental B767-400 Business First, Which Sea

Tue Sep 07, 2010 4:34 pm

As one who loves the bulkhead and just recently returned from the IAH-HNL-IAH trip in Row 1, I'd select that row and window/aisle depending on your preference. Some folks do not like the bulkhead, but you won't have the seat in front of you blocking your ability to get up and move around if someone has the seat reclinded fully.
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RE: Continental B767-400 Business First, Which Sea

Wed Sep 08, 2010 11:53 am

I agree with IAHFLYR; I used to usually take the bulkhead BF seat, as it did not impede progress in/out.

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