Planning a flight to Scandinavia or anywhere else in the world? Don’t pick your seat blindly or at random. Just type in the airline and flight number into SeatGuru, which provide you with seat maps showing the exact layout of your plane – for free. Learn how to find your best seats when booking your next flight.
Everybody want the best possible seat available when flying. All seats on a plane are, however, not created equally. This becomes more than evident when you go to the SeatGuru site. The right seat on an airplane can mean the difference between a pleasant trip and a painful one.
The free and easy website SeatGuru provides seat maps showing the exact layout of your plane, customer reviews of exact seats, photos, and user comments to help you select your seat wisely. The qualified information is based on factors like seat pitch, leg room, ability to recline, storage options, where to find power jacks and proximity to lavatories.
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The maps are then color-coded so you can easily see which seats are considered good, bad, or standard, and which have aspects you should be aware of before you book.
The database of aircraft maps is enormous. SeatGuru has been around since 2001 and has been owned by Tripadvisor since 2007 and compares the seat maps of nearly 1,300 aircraft from more than 175 airlines. So, chances are very good you’ll find the seat map of the flight you’re taking.
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There are search functions based on flight numbers, but if you don’t know your flight number you can still find a seat map based on your departure and arrival cities.
From first class all the way to back row of economy, SeatGuru is the key to find the best seat on the plane – and avoid the worst of them. The interactive seat maps are clear and easy to navigate, and the dialog boxes that pop up over every seat help travelers make more informed decisions.
How To Find Your Best Seats When Booking Your Next Flight, written by Tor Kjolberg