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I'm much taller than average and in some airplines it's already tight without reclined chairs in front of me. Thus on most flights I keep my legs in a normal position, which already makes it very difficult for the person in front of me to recline their seat. This is enough for most cases. But not all. Communication is usually the best way out of this. ...


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It would appear not, but there's nothing stopping us from creating one. People can edit the answer as we find more. Airlines that ban the Knee Defender Air Canada source American Airlines source Continental Airlines source Delta Airlines source Qantas source Southwest Airlines source United Airlines source Virgin Australia source WestJet source ...


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Such a list would not be meaningful. All airlines have wide rules to prohibit "tampering" with seats, with Knee Defenders or otherwise; you can improvise one with a well-sized bottle, after all. Those that point out the Knee Defender as banned are only making it explicit that this specific device is not allowed. More to the point, if the passenger unable ...


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It is imperative that you BOOK EARLY TO GET FOUR SEATS TOGETHER. Put all other considerations aside. There're no "good" seats in that plane, no difference. As soon as you see this, SELECT YOUR SEATS so that you get four together. It is very likely that you will get caught out by this new crap where the airlines will magically require you to pay a few ...


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After checking the seat layout provided in @pnuts's answer... Bad news No good seats to fit your exact needs, I was thinking of the bulkhead seats, but it seems in this particular airplane for this particular airline the bulkhead seats have "restricted leg room", which is not the case in many other airlines, as they add few extra inches to the leg room in ...


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(Yes, this is late (he's presumably been to Hong Kong and back by now) but it popped up in the sidebar and no one explained "why") The difference between this: And this: Is that the first one came from your carrier's online booking system and it has to: be adaptable to many aircraft configurations work with almost any browser, even the old ones be ...


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Take your pick. Other than avoiding those in yellow or red they all look "much of a muchness" (as is the nature of mass markets!) You might not be allowed or at least not welcome in the Emergency Exit rows for safety reasons, though they may provide a little extra room for fractious children - and if they are noisy at least complaints from those sitting ...



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