|Quoting hamad (Reply 3):|
they have a window, and they are behind the exit row, which is row 67. there is no seat 67A, only 67B and 67C, so there you go no seat infront of you.
|Quoting AT (Reply 9):|
What I usually do is look at Seat Guru and then look at one of the pictures in the database of the aircraft and try and guesstimate where there are no windows or blocked windows. For example, if after door L2 there is a large space before the windows start but no galley, I might avoid a seat in the first or second row of that particular cabin.
Not fool proof but generally works.
|Quoting AT (Reply 11):|
Have a great trip! And hope to see a trip report when you get back
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