|Subject: Airline seats - the good, the bad and the ugly|
Just a reminder about SeatGuru http://www.seatguru.com/
It warns you about seats that have limited tilt or are near the toilets. The FAQ tells you how to find which plane you will be flying on - for airline sites, use the schedules or timetables rather than the booking module. I have printed out my plane configuration for checking in!
We are going Air France and I notice on the airline site that seats have an extra .8 of an inch compared to Air Canada. However it may have the same or less pitch - the Air Canada seats have a range. Any comments on the flying sardine cans you've been on?
Frances Toronto, Canada