While choosing an aircraft seat, its important to take a number of factors into account to ensure the best flight experience. For example, seats near the galley and the restrooms should be avoided as these seats have higher noise and crowding.
Middle seats are best for people who are vulnerable to air-sickness as the middle of the aircraft is its most stable part during turbulence. As exit rows and the first row have most legroom, consider asking for seats in these rows when checking in – in case these have not been already taken.
Seats in the front of an exit row and the seats in the row at the back do not recline as much as other seats and should be avoided if reclining relaxation is desired.
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