Continental Airlines Passenger Seat choices and Continental Airlines Seat Recommendations
Use this section to find the best airline seat for your next flight with
Continental Airlines. All recommendations and suggestions are provided by your fellow passengers (not the airline!) .... so hopefully you will be able
to benefit from their recent air travel experiences with Continental Airlines.
Continental Airlines Passenger Seat Tip : 13 January 2008
Economy (Coach) Class : Boeing 767
Seating in the rear section of the airplane is very nice, try rows 34 thru 38 (seats A-B or F-G)
Service starts 3 or 4 rows ahead of row 34 (ideal when you don't like the beef, because you'll have
some chicken left + you will never wait on your drink)
You are not near the lavatories, the only dark point is the noise of the engines but you get use to
it after +/-1h00. On a B-767, depending if it's a 300 or 200 series it can get very cold but you get
the blanket, and FA's have some more hidden for you when you ask.
Very often pax are spread throughout the rear section as Continental assigns seats starting from the
begining of the economy section (while doing counter or curb-side check-in).So, If you book on
continental.com after you booked, go to MANAGE YOUR FLIGHT/seats and pick your seats for the entire
trip! If you booked through a travel agent, once you get the confirmation # you will be able to log
on continental.com and do the same.
Continental Airlines Passenger Seat Tip
Business Class : Boeing 777
Flights to Tel Aviv, Hong Kong, Tokyo, London Gatwick, Paris, Manchester, and select 777
only flights between Newark and Houston, are now equipped with angled Lie Flat Business
Sleeper Seats, and they feature cushioned memory foam.
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