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It's not an ideal layout and I don't think there is a single right answer. I would probably go with two rows in the middle and seat kids and parents diagonally. So you have one parent sitting next to the kid (although with limited physical access) and the other before or behind, i.e. they can quickly have full access to the child through the same isle if ...


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Just looking at the diagram and photo, I'd say across-the-aisle is what you want. Consider this: If you're seated in the middle next to a child also in the middle, and that child decides to get up and run around, how are you going to get over to the other aisle to handle it? If I were you, I'd pick two rows with seats across the aisle from each other, and ...


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