Old Apr 9, 09, 6:09 am
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WilcoRoger
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Originally Posted by asnovici View Post
Interesting, When I flew on MA C Intra-European, I always had regular coach seats for their C (6 across). I believe they have 5 across in Business only on one type of their Boeing aircraft, but 6 across is much more common. Also, even 5 across is NOT a proper C class seating, for proper C class look for SU (leather proper seats, 4 across, with lumbard support and full adjustment). MA C is mediocre, but not horrible. Try Tokaji dessert wine agfter dinner.
I usually fly HEL-BUD, 99% they have C seating in the first 4 raws + 5A&5C. Depending on C load, you may end up in those seats even flying Y, I always ask for raw 4 and sometimes get lucky :-)

On this route AY has only Y seating in C, I rather not take it - on a 2 hrs flight I value the seat more than the catering, which is nice in AY C.

Edit: last weekend was 50-50% with C seats and regular Y seats all the way.

Last edited by WilcoRoger; Apr 15, 09 at 1:28 pm Reason: Update
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