Old May 23, 19, 3:07 pm
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percysmith
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Originally Posted by jkcl
The slimmer seats means bigger perceived legroom, which to most people (at least me) is more noticeable.
The locals (incl moi) here are short - Asian airlines can be more aggressive on the regional legroom.

Originally Posted by jkcl
I weight train and work out, so have broader shoulders.
Surprised with your experience. I'll take your body building into account.

Originally Posted by jkcl
50% of my flights are full, even though I sit in the aisle seat, I don't feel I'm any closer to my neighbours as opposed to a 3-3-3 config 777.
Maybe it's your seat neighbours? No chunky lady neighbours on full flights (at time of writing, I'm sitting next to a rather broadly built Peruvian gentleman on a LA A320 and I'm pulling my shoulders away. Fortunately only a 65 min flight.)

Originally Posted by jkcl
What I do is, I get a G&T before meal, 2 glasses of wine with meal, cognac + baileys after, that will knock me right out.
QR right? I think you'll struggle getting refills during the meal on CX. And pretty sure after dinner cognac is no longer part of CX Y meal service even for LH.
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