Seating Charts

Overview of Airlines Seating Charts

Airline seating is designed to provide the maximum passenger comfort possible, and to facilitate ease of cabin service. The seating in certain bulkhead areas is usually, upon prior request, reserved for mothers travelling with infants so as to accommodate a bassinet. The individual seat space made available per passenger is dependent on the flight class in which the seat is reserved. The seats found in business or first-class sections of an airplane provide more leg room and can extend to a completely horizontal position for sleeping purposes. Airline seating is also equipped to accommodate the use of laptops and various new technological innovations.

At we believe you should have the freedom to choose the way you travel. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of over 750 airlines for you to choose from. We have a variety of flight deals associated with all of the airlines we offer, so you can find the right flight for your next holiday

The seats on many airlines have built-in personal television sets and if these are equipped with AVOD, it is possible to start and stop programmes at will. Seats equipped with AC power facilitate the use of a number of electrical devices besides a laptop. If DC power is provided, then special adaptors may be required for some laptops. Most importantly, airline seats are equipped with a seat belt to secure passengers in instances of turbulence or emergency landings.

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  • Aegean Airlines
  • Air Berlin
  • Air Canada
  • Air France
  • Air Algerie
  • Airasia
  • Aeromexico Aeronaves De Mexico
  • Aerolineas Argentinas
  • Alaska Airlines
  • Alitalia
  • Air Baltic
  • Aer Lingus
  • Air Dolomiti
  • Air Arabia
  • Air Seychelles
  • Adria Airways
  • Air Astana
  • ANA
  • Austrian Airlines
  • Asiana Airlines
  • Aeroflot Russian Airlines
  • Air Transat
  • Air Caraibes
  • Air Austral
  • Air Europa

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