Where is more comfortable on a plane?

If you have longer legs, try and opt for an aisle seat in order to maximize your legroom. If you're planning on sleeping throughout your flight, try and opt for a window seat so you have something to lean against while you rest, and won't be disturbed by passengers trying to get in and out of row.

Where do you feel less on a plane?

The seat you choose can actually reduce the amount of turbulence you feel! Grab a seat near the center of the plane, over the wings, or toward the front of the aircraft. These areas are more stable, and you'll notice less turbulence than at the back of the plane.

Which side of plane is better?

What are the disadvantages of the back of the plane?

The back part of the plane is often the last section to board, which means precious overhead space may be full by the time you get to your seat. Passengers seated in the back are prone to feeling more turbulence, so it is not an ideal place for someone prone to airsickness.

What is the bumpiest part of the plane?

backSeats at the back of the plane tend to be bumpier, and sitting towards the back also means you're one of the last passengers to get off the plane after landing.

Which seat is best in economy?

The best seats in Economy ClassOn shorter flights in Economy, I'll typically choose a window seat (for the views) and pay extra to sit in the front of the cabin or at the bulkhead for more legroom. On long-haul flights, I'll consider an aisle seat located about 4-5 rows from the back.

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