Airline: Delta Airlines Aircraft: A321 Seat maps: Delta | SeatGuru Our Seat(s): 3A-B Class: First It’s Not so Much the Seat.
There’s no fanfare necessary for the actual seats themselves. In most rows …
We won’t stop until we’ve been in every seat in row 1 aboard this A320. See what’s new up in the way-front as we show you peculiar cheese offerings and a $23 upgrade-to-your-upgrade that’s not really worth it in our latest Delta First Class Review…
Our review of this SkyMark Airlines A330-300 premium seat is just a little more than a day late…and the airline, several dollars short. SkyMark entered Japans version of Bankruptcy last week so while this piece may be less helpful in travel planning, it might lend an idea as to why the short haul premium-coach widebody idea didn’t work.
Seat(s): I had no experience flying in the previous generation of Lufthansa Business Class seats, but from what I’m told these are a huge improvement. In 14D that’s harder to believe after having flown in the much better bulkhead seats in row 3 on our outbound trip, but those old seats were just space-age barcalounger style loafs that don’t turn into beds. While they do appear to be better, they’re certainly not perfect…
Seat(s): They aren’t the much nicer lie-flat seats that you’ll find aboard the airline’s A380 or 777-300 but will do for a relatively quick intra-Asian flight. These angle-flat seats in …
Seat(s): Never fans of the name “slimline” we were a little anxious about sitting in what were newly-installed Economy Comfort seats aboard this Delta A330-300. It turns out we didn’t find them to be uncomfortable at all, although it could be imagined that someone “of size” might feel the mechanics of the seat a little more with the thinner (but more “advanced”) cushioning…
We made a stop in Seattle to visit the 2013 Aircraft Interiors Expo Americas. Yes, there is such a thing. It’s simply a chance for airlines to see what’s new and available for the insides of their airplanes. While there wasn’t a lot that directly affects your in-flight comfort on display, we did find a few seats and other goodies that might make a future flight better.
It’s hard to complain when there’s lots of legroom to be had. But the benefit of this paid “upgrade” is lost when served up with zero recline, zero lumbar support.
Airline: Tiger Airways
Aircraft: Airbus A320
Row: 13 Seat: C
Class: “Extra Legroom” (Economy Exit) Seat 13C