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A380 Exit row Seat 35E and 35F

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DLN1985

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Hi Guys,

I am Flying Melbourne to Dubai, QANTAS A380. We have the option of Exit Row Seats.
Available is 35E and 35F. Anyone used these seats before and have any feedback? I read somewhere else some negative comments.

Also 66A and B are available on the way home.

Thanks Daniel
 

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MWM

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I sat in those seats (35 exit row) recently and they are very busy. People are constantly walking by and disturbing you and there is NO storage whatsoever! I won't choose them again...
 

VHOEJ

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Have to agree with MWN - I sat in 35D and the two issues were the foot traffic and lack of storage.

I am not tall but on an night flight with the blanket over your legs, people walk between row 34 and 35 to get to the toilet........my neighbours were stood on a few times because it was so dark. If you are tall (a key reason you would pick the seat), you will do well to escape the flight without someone stepping on you.

Also, you only have 1/2 a storage bin and you have to store your bags - unless you have a really small bag or board literally first thing, you will struggle to find space for your bag. I saw multiple bags ending up in Premium economy bins.

It depends what other seats are available but for the extra you pay, I would reconsider
 

DLN1985

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Thanks for the advice!!! I have chosen Row 66 Exit row both ways. Hopefully being close to the lavatory there is not too much of an issue.
Regards Daniel
 
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