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Any way of finding out which specific seats are available in F

Old Feb 7, 13, 11:43 pm
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Any way of finding out which specific seats are available in F

I'm thinking of moving 2 x A380 Suite tickets (booked in F class) from 20/02/2013 - 21/02/2013
Is there anyway of finding out if the double centre seats are still available on the A380 flights that day? (preferably SQ318)

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Old Feb 8, 13, 2:19 am
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At the moment, SQ318 SIN-LHR on 21 FEB 2013 shows 1C/D and 2C/D as available. Seat 3C is empty, bu 3D is occupied.
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Old Feb 8, 13, 4:10 am
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Originally Posted by gallagher View Post
I'm thinking of moving 2 x A380 Suite tickets (booked in F class) from 20/02/2013 - 21/02/2013
Is there anyway of finding out if the double centre seats are still available on the A380 flights that day? (preferably SQ318)

Regards
John
SQ 318 seat map from KVS
[KVS Availability Tool 7.1.2/Diamond - Amadeus Seat Map: 21 Feb 2013/SQ 318/SIN-LHR/388/F-First]
Code:
     A   |   C   D   |   F    
 1   +                   +    
 2   +       -   -       -    
 3   +       +   -       -    
 4   +                   +    

[+] Available     [W] Wing       [L] Lavatory  
[-] Unavailable   [E] Exit Row   [U] Upper Deck
[P] Preferred     [|] Aisle
SQ 322

[KVS Availability Tool 7.1.2/Diamond - Amadeus Seat Map: 21 Feb 2013/SQ 322/SIN-LHR/388/F-First]
Code:
     A   |   C   D   |   F    
 1   +                   -    
 2   -       -   -       -    
 3   -       -   -       +    
 4   -                   +    

[+] Available     [W] Wing       [L] Lavatory  
[-] Unavailable   [E] Exit Row   [U] Upper Deck
[P] Preferred     [|] Aisle
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Old Feb 9, 13, 3:14 am
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thanks ^

I always find it strange when 1 of the middle seats is occupied when there are still window seats available. I assume someone trying to bag a double suite for themselves
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Old Feb 9, 13, 8:17 am
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Originally Posted by gallagher View Post
thanks ^

I always find it strange when 1 of the middle seats is occupied when there are still window seats available. I assume someone trying to bag a double suite for themselves
Many people don't care to select a particular seat when they book, especially when it is gonna be SQ R, F or J and it is not a question of escaping the middle seat.
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Old Feb 9, 13, 3:47 pm
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Originally Posted by gallagher View Post
thanks ^

I always find it strange when 1 of the middle seats is occupied when there are still window seats available. I assume someone trying to bag a double suite for themselves
Some travel agents / call centre agents will select those seats if the passenger has aisle preference (rather than window).
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Old Feb 18, 13, 5:13 am
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Could some with access give me a quick update please?

Originally Posted by gallagher View Post
I'm thinking of moving 2 x A380 Suite tickets (booked in F class) from 20/02/2013 - 21/02/2013
Is there anyway of finding out if the double centre seats are still available on the A380 flights that day? (preferably SQ318)

Regards
John
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