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I have a 10+ hours trip in an Airbus A380-800, and I noticed the seat 60A was available at check-in time. The layout of the plane looks like this:

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I took this seat, based on the natural idea that it provides extra legroom. However, I've searched over the internet (e.g. here, here and here) and there seems to be no precise information about this. People mostly complain about the closeness to the kitchen and the slightly reduced width, but no proper mention to the legroom.

Does anybody have experience with this seat? Is it worth it for its legroom? Also, I have 60A, which is a window seat. Does it have enough frontal space as to stand up and get to the hallway without disturbing others?

Thanks in advance!

I have a 10+ hours trip in an Airbus A380-800, and I noticed the seat 60A was available at check-in time. The layout of the plane looks like this:

enter image description here

I took this seat, based on the natural idea that it provides extra legroom. However, I've searched over the internet (e.g. here, here and here) and there seems to be no precise information about this. People mostly complain about the closeness to the kitchen and the slightly reduced width, but no proper mention to the legroom.

Does anybody have experience with this seat? Is it worth it for its legroom? Also, I have 60A, which is a window seat. Does it have enough frontal space as to stand up and get to the hallway without disturbing others?

Thanks in advance!

I have a 10+ hours trip in an Airbus A380-800, and I noticed the seat 60A was available at check-in time. The layout of the plane looks like this:

enter image description here

I took this seat, based on the natural idea that it provides extra legroom. However, I've searched over the internet (e.g. here, here and here) and there seems to be no precise information about this. People mostly complain about the closeness to the kitchen and the slightly reduced width, but no proper mention to the legroom.

Does anybody have experience with this seat? Is it worth it for its legroom? Also, I have 60A, which is a window seat. Does it have enough frontal space as to stand up and get to the hallway without disturbing others?

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I have a +1010+ hours trip in an Airbus A380-800, and I noticed the seat 60A was available at check-in time. The layout of the plane looks like this:

enter image description here

I took this seat, based on the natural idea that it provides extra legroom. However, I've searched over the internet (e.g. here, here and here) and there seems to be no precise information about this, people. People mostly complain about the closenessscloseness to the kitchen and the slightly reducereduced width, but no proper mention to the legroom.

My questionDoes anybody have experience with this seat? Is it worth it for its legroom? Also, I have 60A, which is: a window seat. Does it have enough frontal space as to stand up and get to the hallway without disturbing others?

Does anybody have experience with this seat? Is it worth it for its legroom? Also, I have 60A, which is a window. Does it have enough frontal space as to stand up and get to the hallway without moving others?

Thanks in advance!

I have a +10 hours trip in an Airbus A380-800, and I noticed the seat 60A was available at check-in time. The layout of the plane looks like this:

enter image description here

I took this seat, based on the natural idea that it provides extra legroom. However, I've searched over the internet (e.g. here, here and here) and there seems to be no precise information about this, people mostly complain about the closenesss to the kitchen and the slightly reduce width, but no proper mention to the legroom.

My question is:

Does anybody have experience with this seat? Is it worth it for its legroom? Also, I have 60A, which is a window. Does it have enough frontal space as to stand up and get to the hallway without moving others?

Thanks in advance!

I have a 10+ hours trip in an Airbus A380-800, and I noticed the seat 60A was available at check-in time. The layout of the plane looks like this:

enter image description here

I took this seat, based on the natural idea that it provides extra legroom. However, I've searched over the internet (e.g. here, here and here) and there seems to be no precise information about this. People mostly complain about the closeness to the kitchen and the slightly reduced width, but no proper mention to the legroom.

Does anybody have experience with this seat? Is it worth it for its legroom? Also, I have 60A, which is a window seat. Does it have enough frontal space as to stand up and get to the hallway without disturbing others?

Thanks in advance!

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