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Seat 10G on 767 300ER- anyone else think legroom is tight?

Seat 10G on 767 300ER- anyone else think legroom is tight?

 
Old Oct 23, 00, 12:21 am
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Seat 10G on 767 300ER- anyone else think legroom is tight?

Just flew JFK-SFO on DL 1985 in seat 10G. It is the bulkhead seat in the second section of biz elite. I found legroom to be unacceptable and it looked like my legrest did not extend fully because of the partition. (I usually prefer 11G but it was occupied.) Has anyone else noticed this row of seats seems to offer less space than the rest of the biz elite cabin?
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Old Oct 23, 00, 10:46 am
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I didn't sit in this row, but the last time I flew in a 767-300ER in BizElite I did note for future reference that row 10 was a dog, and resolved not to sit there.
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Old Oct 23, 00, 12:33 pm
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There's one seat worse and that's 7B. You're right next to the galley and the toilets and all the noise and commotion can be very irritating.

I try and stick to rows 2-4. I also don't like the second BE compartment.
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Old Oct 23, 00, 12:35 pm
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Sat in 10C, leg room wasn't bad, but the bulkhead 10AB and 10GH are terrible. Overall, I'd never sit in the second section again unless (like this occasion) it was all I could get.

1-3 CE best seats IMO.
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Old Oct 23, 00, 1:06 pm
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and 10D is the pilot rest seat so you know the leg room is good there.....
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Old Oct 23, 00, 9:39 pm
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Would anyone know if this applies to the 767 400ER also. I think I have 10F?
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Old Oct 24, 00, 6:40 am
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Everything is relative. If I am flying in paid business, or on a high price Y type fare and they try to give me these seats, I complain like hell and am invariably moved.

If I buy a lower end fare such as a M, quite late, and that's all that's available, I am happy to have it. Invariably, these seats are reserved a Z stock.
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Old Oct 24, 00, 9:07 am
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I flew BOS-LAX in row 11. Actually, I prefer the 2nd cabin, because it is smaller, and gives the illusion of added privacy.

The only downside is the coach pax who pass through to use the BE toilet (sorry, personal pet peeve; when I am in F/C, I dislike having to wait behind a coach pax to use the F/C toilet).
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Old Oct 24, 00, 9:22 am
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I agree if it's a large ship with a BE cabin. DL should do what BA does. They actually rope off the cabins instead of just pulling a curtain!!


when I am in F/C, I dislike having to wait behind a coach pax to use the F/C toilet).[/B][/QUOTE]

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