I guess that if you were to ask any potential passenger which seat he or she would prefer, you’d certainly find out that almost all travelers would rather sit in a window or aisle seat. The fact is that nobody wants to sit in the middle.
Category: Airline Seating
How can you tell the amount of legroom you will be able to find once you take your seat on the plane? What about seat pitch? Are these two concepts, i.e. legroom and seat pitch interchangeable?
A BULKHEAD is practically a dividing wall between cabins on long haul flights. In case of short flights, such a seat is commonly a sliding curtain. A bulkhead is therefore a divider which separates the classes or sections of a plane. A bulkhead is more than often a wall but, a curtain or a screen.
It goes without saying that not all the seats existing on a plane are a perfect match. The aircraft in itself does not have a perfect shape so it cannot contain perfectly corresponding seats. There are some planes which offer more legroom towards their back while things stand differently with others.
First of all, let’s look at some definitions: Seat Pitch is the distance between one seat and the same point on another seat directly in front or behind. It is often confused with “legroom” but it is not exactly the same thing. Legroom is the space available for passengers to stretch their legs while seated. You… Read more »
The majority of us are destined for economy class and fear the idea of being in a cramped space in the clouds for more than 8 hours. Depending on your destination, you could be couple of days in a pressurized tin canister and this can seem to drag on for an eternity.
How airlines charge different prices for the same seat is invariably questioned. Have you asked yourself why airfare keeps dynamically changing similarly to the stock market. Here may be a fast and easy lesson on airfares which will help you understand what happens when you buy tickets on-line.