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Old Feb 10, 03, 6:13 pm
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<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">Originally posted by Wingnut:
There's actually not an awful lot of point in a seat map as there is no allocation of seats in advance. The reason for this is the plane's configuration can vary and is not decided until 24 hours before the flight.

However, the rules of thumb for check in are that if you're in business you want A or C rather than D/E/F (there is no B), and if you're in economy the best two seats are A or C of the very front row of economy - everything else is much of a muchness. The exit row can be in economy or business, depending on the loads.
Thanks Wingnut. I assume A is a window and C is an aisle? Is D also an aisle? So is the configuration 2-3? I'm flying on an international F ticket so I think I'll be in the C cabin. How many seats can this vary by in business?
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