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Seat Comfort Customer scoring : Northwest Airlines
2.0 Star Rating: Poor
4 reviews

 



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NORTHWEST AIRLINES ECONOMY CLASS SEAT REVIEW  - 22nd June 2008 by Karen Jacob (USA)

AIRCRAFT :       A330-300

PAX SIZE :   Small

LAYOUT : 2x4x2

POSITION :   Middle

PAX RATING :    2/10

RECOMMENDED :   NO

   
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Legroom Space

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Seat Recline

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Seat Width

Good

Viewing TV Screen

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Access in/out of seat

FOOTREST

No

This was our first time flying with Northwest. My husband and I booked our trip in January and we were assigned two seats (DF) in center of row 21 of the aircraft for our May vacation to Hawaii. We requested window and aisle to our travel agent and she told us that the seats were unocupied but they were blocked off in some way so she wasn't able to assign any of the aisle or window seats to us. I looked into it on the Internet and found Northwest had a new test program called Coach Choice which requires you to pay an additional $15 per seat one way for premium seats only if you check-in online within 24 hrs of your flight. So we looked at the seating chart at online check-in and all seats were occupied except two -- 25AB. We purchased these seats and my cc was charged $60 and my husband and I assumed this was for both ways, but it was only for one way. On our flight home from Hawaii, we were unable to change our seats. I guess maybe we needed to check-in again while we were in Hawaii and pay another additional $60 to get our seats changed to so-called premium seats for our long flight home.




Review:   21 February 2008

Aircraft:  Airbus A330-200

Name:  Al Bennett  (UK)

Position:  Window

Layout:   2x4x2

PAX size:  Medium

Recommended :  Yes

Comfort Score :  7/10

Good  Legroom space

Good  Seat recline

Good  Seat width

Good  Viewing TV screen

Good  Access in/out of seat

Footrest    No

The first Section of Coach seems to have more leg room than the second Section. I could actually sleep (doze?) reasonably well. The seat comfort is better than the 777's we have travelled in. The plane also seems quieter. AVOD box appears to be much the same size as all the others and it gets in the way on all aircraft - time somebody re-thought this device. I would much prefer less video and more foot space.

 

Review:   13 January 2008

Aircraft:  Airbus A330-200

Name:  Michael Oakes  (UK)

Position:  Middle

Layout:   2x4x2

PAX size:  Large

Recommended :  No

Comfort Score :  2/10

CLICK SCORE FOR RATING  Legroom space

CLICK SCORE FOR RATING  Seat recline

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CLICK SCORE FOR RATING  Viewing TV screen

CLICK SCORE FOR RATING  Access in/out of seat

Footrest    No

I recently flew from LGW-MSP-LGW on NWA in economy and managed to book two exit row seats. These were great. On the way back, however, all seats had gone when we went to check-in online, 11 hour before the flight. I found that all seats were booked and that our two seats were in the middle of the aircraft, with a seat taken on either side of us. I thought that this was rather stupid as they should have put two people travelling together by an aisle. The flight was absolutely full and one thing I noticed was that people had been separated from each other. People were seated all over the cabin. This struck me as being odd. However, NWA seats are quite wide so I thought it'd be alright - I could sleep comfortably throughout the night flight. I couldn't have been further from the truth. As soon as we sat down we discovered that there were two large IFE boxes underneath the seats in front of us. These were larger than any I have ever seen and took up ALL leg room - they were the exact width and height of the small space I usually attempt to stretch my legs. I was horrified. I've come across this before, but the boxes are usually a third of the size of these ones. Worst of all, the two aisle seats on either side of us had nothing at all under the seat in front of them.



Review:   7 May 2007

Aircraft:  Airbus A330-200

Name:  Alvin Chan

Position:  Aisle

Layout:   2x4x2

PAX size:  X-large

Recommended :  Maybe

Comfort Score :  6/10

CLICK SCORE FOR RATING  Legroom space

I am glad to be arranged to be seated on the bulkhead row aisle seat. The legroom was spacious. I enjoyed my flights

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CLICK SCORE FOR RATING  Viewing TV screen

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Footrest    No


 




 

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