Upstairs or down?

Old May 27, 17, 7:03 am
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Upstairs or down?

I've just booked some flights to Phoenix, from LHR, for next year. CW seats, and I notice that there's a choice of upstairs or downstairs. Anyone know which are better please?
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Old May 27, 17, 8:05 am
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Old May 27, 17, 8:07 am
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Old May 27, 17, 8:10 am
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Old May 27, 17, 8:12 am
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Old May 27, 17, 8:13 am
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Oh no, wait, I meant upstairs
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Old May 27, 17, 9:24 am
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I mean, even the pilots sit upstairs!
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Old May 27, 17, 9:27 am
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Best seats, IMHO 64AB, 63AB or JK as alternates. Window seats have extra lockers under the window!
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Old May 27, 17, 9:29 am
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If there is an upstairs always upstairs!
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Old May 27, 17, 10:02 am
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I hope you have booked them as the upper deck sells out first!
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Old May 27, 17, 10:23 am
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Originally Posted by quakered View Post
I hope you have booked them as the upper deck sells out first!
Thank you everyone. I have indeed now reserved upstairs seats!
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Old May 27, 17, 10:26 am
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Always upstairs on the B747. Smaller cabin, less people for the washrooms and most important no children/babies. No brainer
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Old May 27, 17, 10:28 am
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Always upstairs on the B747. Smaller cabin, less people for the washrooms and most important no children/babies. No brainer
There is a bassinet upstairs. It is not necessarily a baby free zone. Children can sit anywhere of course.
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always upstairs.

best seats are 64K followed by 62A and then 62K.
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