Subject: Re: Best seating on airplanes?

Preferences are personal and there's no right or wrong other than a few "wrong seats" such as the last row of coach that doesn't recline or sitting in the middle of two strangers.

My husband always wants a window because he wants to sleep or read and not be disturbed. I always want an aisle because I need to get out of my seat a lot and don't want to disturb the person next to me. Some people love a bulk head row, but I hate them because I like to keep my carry-on bag in the seat in front of me for easy access to stuff I want during the flight.

Of course, the *worst* seat on an airplane is near a crying child! :-)

Candice NYC