When it comes to traveling, not every part of it is perfect. For most people, for example, everything related to the air travel can be truly unpleasant: having to arrive early at the airport, going through the TSA checking point, spending an outrageous amount of money for a simple coffee, waiting at the boarding gate… and even the flight itself.
Surviving a long-haul flight may not be an easy task, especially if your seat location is one of the worst on the airplane. We can’t all afford to travel first class, where seats are large, extraordinary cushy (some airlines even provide seat extenders) and include every perk and extra you can think of.
But that doesn’t mean that you are doomed to sit for hours in an awkward position due to the lack of legroom, or that you need to give up your armrest to the person seated next to you.
There are a few things you can do to make sure you end up in a good seat. Before going into that, let’s first try to find out which exactly the best seats on an airplane are and what makes them great.