AF business seating help on Boeing 777

Old Aug 18, 19, 3:38 pm
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AF business seating help on Boeing 777

I am wondering what is space in front of row 10. Should I pick row 10 for me and my daughter for a CDG to LAX flight? right now we are in row 14 as you can see.
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I am wondering what is space in front of row 10. Should I pick row 10 for me and my daughter for a CDG to LAX flight? right now we are in row 14 as you can see.
Galley and cloakroom


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Old Aug 19, 19, 12:04 am
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Originally Posted by MNSWEEps View Post
I am wondering what is space in front of row 10. Should I pick row 10 for me and my daughter for a CDG to LAX flight? right now we are in row 14 as you can see.
I wish for other PAX around you that you don't intend to talk with your daughter!
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Old Aug 19, 19, 7:34 am
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I wish for other PAX around you that you don't intend to talk with your daughter!
I had the same thought.
OP: Aisle and window seats are opposite from each other, which makes it difficult to have a conversation. Passengers traveling together often book the two middle seats as the FA can remove the dividing panel between the seats.
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Old Aug 19, 19, 9:12 am
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Daughter had insisted that she wanted window seat but I did talk to her and changed it to 2 center seats in row 14 :-)

I have never been in row 10 near galley /cloakroom area....would you guys recommend that over row 14? Noise, restroom smell issues in row 10?
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Originally Posted by MNSWEEps View Post
Daughter had insisted that she wanted window seat but I did talk to her and changed it to 2 center seats in row 14 :-)

I have never been in row 10 near galley /cloakroom area....would you guys recommend that over row 14? Noise, restroom smell issues in row 10?
No noise, no smell. It's OK
I would choose row 10 over row 14 as you will be served before. And I join other posters to suggest that you pick 2 middle seats. People chatting over the aisle are a big nuisance for other pax.
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Old Aug 19, 19, 1:04 pm
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Thanks for info Goldorak. Done.

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You don't have to chat over the aisle though. You can chat through the IFE system.
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