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Find the best airline seat for your next flight with Thomas Cook 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 Thomas Cook Airlines.



Thomas Cook Airlines Passenger Seat Tip  : 21st May 2011

Boeing 767 - Economy Class

Best seats for legroom are 15G/H, also 13A/B are good.

 

Thomas Cook Airlines Passenger Seat Tip  : 21st May 2011

Boeing 757-200 - Economy Class

Seats 11D/E, 12A/B/C, 12F and 31A/B/C/D/E/F are the best seats for extra legroom, all these are at the doors of the aircraft, can get cold, but great legroom.

 

Thomas Cook Airlines Passenger Seat Tip  : 5th November 2008

Boeing 757-200 - Economy Class

Exit row seats giving lots of extra legroom are 10BC and 10DE, however, these are slightly narrower than the normal seats due to the tray table being in the arm of the seats, also it can get very cold near these exit doors.


Thomas Cook Airlines Passenger Seat Tip  : 3rd July 2008

Boeing 757-200 - Economy Class

Seats 31A-31F are exit row. Best seats are 31C & 31D as they are aisle/exit row. 31A & 31F have slightly less room as the door takes up few inches. 40A-40F are rear cabin. Seats DO NOT recline.


Thomas Cook Airlines Passenger Seat Tip   : 9th February 2008

A330 (2-class configuration)

Seats 1A and 1B in Premium Economy have huge space in front, up to bulkhead. Row 14 in Economy has no window (same as Row 10 in the Emirates A330 with same config.)





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