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Comfort+ Seat Assistance on a domestic 757

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Old Mar 24, 19, 2:14 am
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Comfort+ Seat Assistance on a domestic 757

Was hoping to gets some assistance selecting a seat on a 757 Comfort from ATL to SNA. Exit row seems tempting. Any reason not to besides not having storage in front of you?
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Old Mar 24, 19, 3:50 am
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Your IFE screen may have to be stowed for take off and landing, and you'll have to stow it if you want to get up.
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Old Mar 24, 19, 4:46 am
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You can leave stuff in front of the seat (way) in front of you.
Not sure if the armrests raise or not (I think not), which might make the seat slightly narrower.
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Old Mar 24, 19, 5:10 am
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Here is the existing thread on this topic: 757-200 (75D) Economy Comfort Seats

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Old Mar 24, 19, 8:10 am
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I personally would take 18E as being right on the door gets cold. As others have said the seat arm rest will not go up on 19A not sure about 18E, (I think they go up).
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Whenever I've got the chance to get the front row of C+ on these planes I always take it. I find that the extra leg room behind FC is great and I would probably take ER as a second choice, basically the same reason.
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Old Mar 24, 19, 8:52 am
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Exit row A and F lose some knee space due to the slide box. I don't mind it, but if the person in the middle seat is larger or doesn't share leg space well, it can feel a little confining. That said, 19A is my go-to seat. I'm trying 19F on an upcoming trip - doesn't have quite the same direct-aisle access, but doesn't have the boarding parade either.
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Old Mar 24, 19, 9:08 am
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Originally Posted by tanglin View Post
You can leave stuff in front of the seat (way) in front of you.
Don't count on it, someone (b or c) can take it first. Speaking from experience.

Originally Posted by RaflW View Post
the boarding parade
Yeah that is my biggest complaint about that seat.

I do like the mini first class feel of row 15 and 16. However it depends on the length of the flight. On a short hop I would rather have the IFE available longer and not worry about the boarding parade. But I would trade those issues for all that leg room and window plus aisle access on a flight length like OP posted.
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