We don’t fly in fancy business class seats that often. However, when we do, Sharon and I have to decide where we’re going to sit. Will we take two window seats, a window and an aisle or adjacent middle seats?
We’ve tried all of the configurations on previous flights.
On an American Airlines flight, I took the middle row while Sharon took the window seat.
When we flew on Aer Lingus from Orlando to Dublin, we both took the window seats
On our Singapore Airlines flight from JFK-FRA, we picked the two middle seats on the bulkhead.
So what seats should we pick on our Singapore Airlines A350-900 business class flight from LAX to SIN?
I already reserved two window seats. I figured since the flight was so long, we would be sleeping, eating, reading, or watching movies for most of the flight. For the times we wanted to see one another, we could stand up and talk.
If you’re not traveling alone, what’s your preferred seating for long-haul flights? Do you pick the middle seats, two window seats or a window/aisle combo?
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