There are many seats to choose from in an airplane. Choosing the right seat is quite a challenge for the average people. But after reading this article, you will get to know the best seat to book for your next journey. So here are the best seats to choose in a plane.
Exit rows, aisle or window seat, and seats close to the front of the plane are typically considered the best. On a short business trip, you might want an aisle seat near the front of the plane so you can debark as quickly as possible on arrival. On an overnight flight, you might prefer a window seat so you can rest your head. Nervous fliers may want to sit over the wing, where there is less turbulence.
Exit row seats usually offer a bit more legroom, but they’re not appropriate if you’re traveling as a family. Children are not permitted to sit in exit rows, and by U.S. law infants are not allowed in the rows immediately behind or in front of an exit row either.
Many fliers also like “bulkhead seats,” which are the seats directly behind the physical barriers (such as walls, curtains or screens) that separate different parts of the plane. Because there are no seats in front of you, you won’t get stuck with another passenger reclining into your lap — and you often get some extra legroom as well.
But be careful, not all “bulkhead” rows are created equal. On some planes the first bulkhead row may be cramped and uncomfortable. Also, keep in mind that you won’t have a spot to stow a personal item under the seat in front of you for easy access. For more information, go to SeatGuru.com, where you can check out seat maps for nearly every type of plane on every major airline.