Qantas First Class Seat Preferences

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gene

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My wife and I have First Class Seats 4 E & F on LA Sydney LA( Qantas 008 and 107) The airplane is the Boeing 747-400. In looking at at Airline Portal for Insider Information on Airline Seats and Finding the Best Legroom, Recline and Locations on Your Next Airline Flight it appears that seats 4 E & F may be very very close to the single seats on each side (4 A & K) Would First Class seats 2 E & F be better choices? We have not flown this flight and would sincerely appreciate the input of those who have. Thank you.
 

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gene said:
My wife and I have First Class Seats 4 E & F on LA Sydney LA( Qantas 008 and 107) The airplane is the Boeing 747-400. In looking at at Airline Portal for Insider Information on Airline Seats and Finding the Best Legroom, Recline and Locations on Your Next Airline Flight it appears that seats 4 E & F may be very very close to the single seats on each side (4 A & K) Would First Class seats 2 E & F be better choices? We have not flown this flight and would sincerely appreciate the input of those who have. Thank you.

both similar i'd say flew 1K and 1A both i was alone tough you may have more room to stand up in front of 2E & 2F theirs plenty of room as much as you are going to get anyway!!
 
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Welcome to AFF gene :)

I wouldn't worry - the seats aren't that close together.
 

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There is more space between the centre seats and the window seats in row 3, but it's all good in F.
 

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Its true that it is all good in F. However I did find that a window seat was better than an aisle seat on CX and a window seat towards the back was better too. That gave me more space on my right hand side.
 

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Seats 1A and K have difficult access to overhead storage. You have to almost stand on anyone lying down in E of F to get to the lockers. When flying alone I prefer 2 or 3 windows. I've never flown 1st class with anyone else, but would suggest 2 or 3 E/F are best. I've never sat in 4 - my recollection is that there's plenty of room anywhere.

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