Lie-Flat Seats- Which Row to Choose?

Old Dec 8, 17, 10:11 pm
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Lie-Flat Seats- Which Row to Choose?

I'm flying LAX-HNL in May, and at this point seats in first are pretty much open. Most flights show lie-flat seats in first. Is there any pros or cons for any of the rows for the lie-flats? I definitely want window, and at this point all the rows have an open window seat for the flights I'm looking at. Does anyone have advice regarding which row? Right now my thoughts are that the first row is too close to the restroom, but other than that they seem pretty equal. Recommendations, anyone?
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Old Dec 8, 17, 10:58 pm
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Are you sure they are lie flat (on Delta perhaps?) Not many options for lie flat to HNL!!!
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Old Dec 9, 17, 1:07 am
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Originally Posted by cali-gal View Post
I'm flying LAX-HNL in May, and at this point seats in first are pretty much open. Most flights show lie-flat seats in first. Is there any pros or cons for any of the rows for the lie-flats? I definitely want window, and at this point all the rows have an open window seat for the flights I'm looking at. Does anyone have advice regarding which row? Right now my thoughts are that the first row is too close to the restroom, but other than that they seem pretty equal. Recommendations, anyone?
Since this is the Hawaii-based airline thread, I assume that you are flying HA. Your choice is really an option of whether you want to be closer to the coach section, the galley or bathroom, or right in-between. You are really looking at a difference of six feet or so between row one and two, or two and three. Doubt whether traffic to the bathroom would bother you in a window seat.

Personally, I'd be in Row 1, away from galley...
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Old Dec 9, 17, 1:56 am
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I apologize, yes, the airline is Hawaiian. Trooper, is there something I'm missing? At least for the dates I've looked at in mid May, they show most flights LAX-HNL have the lie-flats. When I spoke to customer service, she also confirmed the flights I discussed with her had the lie-flats in first.

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Old Dec 9, 17, 2:40 am
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Sorry... I'm out of date on HA!!!!
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