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This is how you can get the BEST seat on the plane 10-07-2017 Bronwyn O Neill

© Provided by Associated News You can plan your holiday until your heart’s content, but if you leave it up to the computer you could end up with a pretty bad seat on the plane.

Your bags are packed, passport is ready to go but the fear of picking your seat on the plane is real.

However it looks like there is a perfect way to make sure you’re happy. teamed with the author of Confessions of a Trolley Dolly to figure out where’ the best place to sit.

Pic: REX © Provided by Pic: REX According to their research if you’re flying with Aer Lingus you want to get up at the front with the window seat on your right being the best seat.

The Airbus A320 which is used by Aer Lingus best seat is A1 as it has an unobstructed view, extra legroom as well as being served first by the air host. It’s also the quietest seat on the plane making it very popular.

However it is one of the colder seats on the plane so passengers should wrap up!

It also allows people to leave the plane first when it lands.

Pic: © Provided by Pic: So if you’re travelling on an Airbus choose from rows one to 10 as they are the quietest.

Whereas rows one, 12 and 13 are the best if you want a bit of extra legroom.

Rows 29 and 30 are the ones that receive the most complaints as they have less legroom, limited reclining space as well as being close to the toilets and the crew gallery.

Oh and if you want to get some snaps for social media give the window seats in rows 10 to 12 a miss as they have the poorest window view!

If you’re travelling using an Boeing 777 which are used by Emirates and Delta you’ll want to avoid rows 44 and 45 as they have less legroom, limited reclining space and close proximity to the toilets and crew gallery!

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