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Saw some bad mouth re this seat but was actually better than expected. I always go for isle seat & found this 4+ hour flight tolerable. Seat was faily comfortable & was made better with a coupe stand ups & stretch & reclined a couple times for change. No issue with knees, I'm 5' 8" 195 lbs broad shoulders & has no trouble. Had 18B been heavy would have been an issue in the shoulders. I like the 757 over the 737.
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DFW-MIA-CCS: AA needs to do some upgrading to meet the standards that other North American airlines are achieving in business class. There is no AVOD programming. The seats, while comfortable, do not offer adjustable headrest or lumbar support. Service on board was cheerful and efficient. There is not a great deal of choice getting in and out of Caracas, but the product is good enough given the relatively short hop to Miami.
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Originally scheduled to fly RDU-ORD-SEA, but was rerouted through JFK due to snow on 2/21/09. Was assigned 10A, which had excellent legroom, and to make things even better, the middle seat was empty. Service was good, and it was a great transcon flight overall. I bought a buy on board sandwich, which was very good.
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5'6' female weighing 138 pounds; adequnleg room because had nothing to put under seat; othwise would have had a proble; in fact there is not enough room to seat under sit in front of you; the seat does not recline back because is front of exit; not a comfortable seat at all;
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