The expert named the best and worst seats on an airplane: where to sit for passengers with anxiety, long legs, and a need for sleep
When traveling by plane, passengers always want to choose the best seat that will make the flight as comfortable and enjoyable as possible. However, some seats, or more specifically, their positioning, can turn a trip into a real challenge.
Travel expert and founder of Love and London, Jessica Dante, told the Daily Star which seats to avoid. She also gave advice on where the flight will be comfortable.
"If you plan to get some sleep during the flight, avoid the last row of economy seats. They often do not have the ability to recline, they are pressed against the wall, which makes them uncomfortable and constrained," the expert explained.
Also, Jessica Dante does not recommend sitting near the toilet and the place where flight attendants meet and prepare for serving food, because these locations are quite noisy and crowded. Sleeping in such places will be more difficult than in others.
As for the best seats to fly in, the expert advised choosing the first row in the plane to get more space and food faster than others.
"On long-haul economy flights, the first row of seats is a winner because they almost always have extra legroom due to the presence of cots for babies, and sometimes they are near the emergency exit. They're great if you want a little more privacy with your young family," said the travel expert.
For anxious people, it is better to choose seats near the wings of the plane, where shaking is less noticeable. But tourists with long legs are advised to take a seat near the aisle, but not to abuse it and not to interfere with other travelers' movement around the cabin.