"comfortable for short flight"
1 reviews K Navatne (United Kingdom)
Exit row seats row 12 has the most leg room. However, those seats cannot be reclined. Exit row seats 14 have less leg room than row 12 (but more than other seats) and can be reclined like other seats. You cannot identify the difference in leg room between row 12 an 14 from the Jetstar booking site. However it is a marked difference. So, if you are particularly tall and meet the criteria for sitting in the exit row, and willing to pay the extra fee, then opt for row 12. Although the aircraft is quite narrow, there were no issues with drink trolleys bumping in to the arm rests of anyone sitting in 12C, 12D, 14C, 14D or drink trolley stopping at 12C, 12D for extended periods. Nor was there any issues with passengers queuing to use the toilet near these seats as the toilets are at the back of the aircraft. The seats were in good order and it was pretty comfortable for a short flight.
|Seat Type||Economy Class|
|Date Flown||October 2015|
|Type Of Traveller||Solo Leisure|