southwest airlines - first row narrow seats?

Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by shecky, Oct 5, 2007.

  1. shecky Guest

    shecky

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    me = extremely anal retentive about where i sit on a plane

    i usually go right for the exit row when i fly southwest, but can someone who has flown them in the past couple of years let me know: the first row of seats on the right side (as you enter the plane and look down to the back,) are those the seats with tons of legroom but have the tray tables in the arms, thereby making them kind of narrow to sit in?

    thanks :)

    and yes, i already got "A" seating.
     
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  3. shecky thread starter Guest

    shecky

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    already looked there, and it reads like there is no legroom but normal seats - i have it on good authority from my girlfriend that there is in fact a lot of legroom but she does not recall if they are the narrow, confining, legs smushed together if you-are-a-chubby-guy-like-me seats. hence, i have to wonder about the accuracy of seatguru.

    and yes, i am fully aware i am worrying about this stuff way to much.
     
  4. SkyBell macrumors 604

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    Argh... I fly Southwest all the time, but it's been so long since I sat there...

    I believe that they are not narrower if memory serves. Don't bet your life on it though.
     

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