Exit row seating on QF16 - 744 Seat 46A

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FlyboyAl

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I've just been informed I am going to Seattle in January, and coming home on QF16.
It is the first time I've been on a QF 744 for about 2 years, so I am a little out of touch with the seating. All my flights to/from the US recently have been on the 380.
I'm waiting for an upgrade to Y+ to come through, but in the meantime, I've selected 46A which shows as an exit row, but has no additional cost on it! 46J is still vacant, and it does not show as a chargeable exit row seat either.
Does anyone have any ideas on why this might be so?
 

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That's interesting.

With 46A and 46K there is restricted legroom due to the bulge in the exit door. I have sat in this seat and it is OK. Could be a little difficult if someone sitting next to you.

On my bookings 46BC and 46HJ are in red and require payment.
 
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As you can see, no additional costs showing!
The reason 46A and 46K are complimentary is because of the restricted legroom. The same shows on my bookings.

In the OP you mentioned 46J is vacant. That is incorrect based on your seatmap above. I think you mean 46K is vacant.

I also made a mistake on my earlier post. Both 46BC and 46HJ are vacant and in red which means they require payment.
 
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