The best seat on the plane

| December 13, 2017

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What is the best seat on the airplane? This is a great question. Actually, depending on your preferences you may prefer sitting from the back to the front of the plane. Check out our infographic below which outlines why you may choose to sit at different points in the airplane. So the best seat on the plane in this instance is up to you! If you are interested in reading more about the best seats on airplanes and how you can actually snag these great seats, check out our post called The best place to sit on an airplane and how to get that seat.

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