I often get emails from friends, family and readers asking for “the best airline to fly to ______” in coach. No one I know wants to be stuck in some cramped seat without an entertainment system or any power to charge their device. Well, SeatGuru’s Long-haul Economy Class Comparison Chart makes it easier for travelers to figure out what they should expect to find when they board the plane. As the page says, it’s a “sortable chart that can be used to compare economy seating among different airlines.
“As you’ll see from the chart below, there are slight variations in seat pitch and width among airlines and airplanes. In addition, some airlines offer in-flight video services or laptop power ports that can make your flight more enjoyable. Additional details about in-flight services or amenities are available on the individual seat map pages of our site.”
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