Getting a good seat in economy on most flights is a Russian Roulette. Will it have enough space for my feet, arms or head? Will it recline? Is it too close to big entertainment screens, toilets or a partition? Is it close to an exit or too far up the back?
A website now lets you know which seat is what on which plane. At seatguru.com all you have to do is select the airline, then pick the aircraft you are flying in and move your mouse over the seats to view seat descriptions and comments.
There is also info on amenities and other useful bits about the plane.
For instance, I had a look at Cathay Pacific’s A330. I found that seat 33 is missing a window (for those who may feel claustrophobic without a window) while various other seats have restricted floor room, overhead room, recline and no underseat space. Now I know where to make sure I don’t get a seat.
Check out your next flight at Seatguru.com