Airplane Airbus A380-800 (388) Lufthansa with 4 classes and 509 seats on board. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which should be avoided.
The seat has a good amount of legroom and seems very spacious due to the window being right next to you. The window and the seat are well alligned giving you a decent view to the wing and the engines. The seat is very well located as the door for economy is a few rows up and hence you will be on your seat in lees than a minute a...
The seat is quite comfortable and feels slightly larger due to the window right next to you. There is a lot of legroom available. The pillow, blanket and the headrest will give you a good sleep. As the seat is well alligned with the window you will get a decent view fo the wing and engines. As the seat is loacted close to the do...
Most of the leg space for this is used by a media/metal box under seat 88K. It makes this seat extremely uncomfortable for long flights.
The tray tables are in the armrests, making them immovable and slightly reducing seat width. However, the seats on this a380 area already wider than is typical for economy (18" as opposed to 16-17"). Additionally, this row is behind a bulkhead, meaning that there is significant extra leg room.
Seat unsuitable for long haul flight. Due to silver boxes on floor next to forward seat legs - no foot rests and all three pax in row had less foot room. Seat was hard and cheap. Entertainment system substandard. Due to lack of value, lack of customer service (on ground and in air) and inferior inflight meals, I would never use...
Long Leg Room, when compare with other long leg room seat, this is relatively far away from lavatory and also aisle, therefore less disturbance. While at the same time, can enjoy the free access as there is no front seat. Just a bit cold, and the view is totally blocked by wing.
Great seat. I was trampled from the upper floor, in the premium economy, and I was really pleased. A lot of space, comfortable seats, extra convenience. Superior. I recommend.
Seats 95C, D, G , H have trays in armrest making them immovable and reducing the hip room a bit. In row 95, all TV monitors are on pull out, stow-able links which may cause restrictions in getting in/out of seats.
There is an AV/utility box under 95C (in front of 96C) which restrict the under-seat leg room for people sitting in 96C. 96H may have the same issue. I would avoid 96C and 96H
This seat, as well as the others in the same row in the centre of the cabin, does not have any floor stowage due to the bulkhead. Additionally it does not have a latch bin above either due to the stairs to the upper deck. This was causing problems on the flight I have just been on for passengers seated here, as they had nowhere ...
The seat has less legroom than the normal seats as you can not stretch out the legs as the wall is in front.
If you pay extra for your comfort, you don’t expect a seat with a minimum on legs space. Under the seat is a box installed wich cost you a lot of space for your legs. It is not possible to sit wilde with your legs.
I paid to secure this seat in the small economy section on the lower level when I booked. The only better section is probably the economy section on the upper level. I always chose an aisle seat in the centre section to limit the disruption from neighbours trying to get out. There was plenty of leg room, foot room and seat width...
We flew in 98H and 98K on 5/12/19. We loved the seats. Best service ever as small economy section on the second level received excellent service by the stewardess. Large, deep storage section between 98K and the window for purse, pillows, and more. Highly recommend! No problem with bath nearby.
SFO - MUC Premium Eco on A380, second row of P.E. Very comfortable seat and plenty of legroom plus extra space / armrest towards your neighbor. Great service and food. Although there is a staircase towards upper floor / business right next to seat, it is very quiet, as only F.A.s use the staircase in flight.
It was the most modern seat ever. Very spacious and had extra leg room since I was in row 1. Great crew and great food!
Seat 52D (or G) in Premium Economy on the A380 is an odd seat where you feel like you're sitting in the middle of the aisle but the reality is its great for people who like their space, have long legs or prefer bulkhead seats in general. In terms of comfort, the leg rest, recline and seat pitch is far superior to United's Econom...
Excellent space, good seat, big window, good food and very good also for sleeping
I can't believe someone would say that 50A is not good for solo travelers. It's the best seat in premium economy for a solo traveler! You get a window seat that you can easily get in and out of (even with a meal tray on your tray table) without bothering the person in 50C which can't easily be done in any other window seat in pr...
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