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Use this section to find the best airline seat for your next flight with Lufthansa. 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 Lufthansa.



Lufthansa Passenger Seat Tip  :  14th August 2009

Economy Class - Boeing 747-400

Row 32 BC, HJ are the exit row seats and are two seaters. The B and J seats are set away from the door so you do not have the usual obstruction of the bump in the Exit door to impede legroom. Until the PTVs are installed if ever on the 747s, you have to contend with a tiny ceiling mounted video monitor in front. Another good seat is 33A or 33K these seats are directly behind the exit row without a seat in front so you can really stretch out. These are probably the only seats on a Lufthansa 747 where you have decent legroom



Lufthansa Passenger Seat Tip  :  6th August 2007

Business Class - Airbus 340-600

On the aircraft with the larger Business Class sections (66 and 72 seats rather than 54) there is a small Business Class cabin with just 2 or 3 rows of seats depending on the aircraft. These areas are havens of peace and quiet and being close to the galley, the service is great!



Lufthansa Passenger Seat Tip  :  5th May 2007

Economy Class - Avro RJ85

Due to the fact that the body of the aircraft gets smaller Rows 16 and 17 are only 5 seats so 16 A/C and 17 A/C have the most space.



Lufthansa Passenger Seat Tip  :  7th February 2007

Economy Class - Boeing 747-400

If you are traveling with young children, Request a "bassinet" seat. These bulkhead seats have a metal rack that opens to allow a suspended bed to be put into place for your infant. On a recent trip to India, we had three legs with this seat, and one without. The three legs with the bassinet, our son slept soundly, on the leg without, there were 100+ very annoyed people in our section as he cried most of the trip. Lufthansa's age limits are extremely conservative. Our 15 month old is a 50% in height and fit just fine. Larger kids would likely not fit.



Lufthansa Passenger Seat Tip  :  1st February 2007

Business Class - A330/340-300

As already mentioned seats (lie-flat) in rows 3 and 4 are very private and create a exclusive feeling. But as I have noticed on almost every flight this cabin was the first one to be dark (even on GER-US day flights). Because of that I prefer row 10 which is the first row of business in the larger second cabin.




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Business Class - A330-300

Privatebeds in rows 3 and 4. Only those two rows in front of the galley right behind First Class. If you don't need to sit at the window, I very much recommend seats D and G in the middle. Small cabin creates very private ambient and is therefore lovely to travel in. Only one hazard: There are no stowage compartments over the center seats.



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Economy Class - A340-600

Seats with lots of leg room are 26 A, C, H, K. Although 26A and K are "window" seats there is no window. However the legroom makes up for this.



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Economy Class - A340-300

The first row in the rear economy cabin is has emergency exits which means seat 29 A/C and 29 H/K have very good legroom.



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Economy Class - B747-400

Row 32B/C and H/J at Emergency Exit have plenty of legroom.



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Economy Class - B747-400

28 ABC and 28 HJK have plenty of extra legroom on the 747-400. Usually reserved for parents with babies.



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Economy Class - A340

Row 34 A/B/C and opposite side - plenty of legroom, because of the Exit position



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Business Class - B747-400

Row 9A/C and H/K at Emergency Exit have lots of legroom.



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Business Class - B747-400

Row 1 downstairs in the nose is the best place because you don't have any problem getting out if you are in the window seat, and you have a lot of storage room in the cabinet in front. They also start the serving there, and it is very quiet with no traffic passing by!



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Economy Class - A300-600

Seats in row 34 are exit seats and give you more leg space, especially when seated in the middle row.




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