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Here's where you should sit on your next flight, according to a flight attendant

INSIDER Logo By Jessica Booth of INSIDER | Slide 1 of 9: Even if you aren't afraid of flying, you can acknowledge that being on an airplane is never exactly comfortable.  Airplane seats are notoriously small and cramped, the temperature is always either freezing cold or way too warm, you have very little control over the amount of noise and light that surrounds you, and you're basically trapped in one area for hours at a time. Sitting in first class can make things better, but of course, that is not an option everyone can afford.Luckily, there are some more affordable ways to get as comfortable as you can on an airplane, and they all revolve around picking the right seat.The kind of seat you choose can have a huge impact on your comfort level during your flight, whether you're looking for an area that is quieter or you simply want more legroom. If you don't fly a lot, picking the right seat can seem overwhelming.INSIDER spoke with  Hawaiian Airlines flight attendant Kaipo Kauka to get a better idea of the best seat to choose depending on the experience you're looking for.

Even if you aren't afraid of flying, you can acknowledge that being on an airplane is never exactly comfortable. Airplane seats are notoriously small and cramped, the temperature is always either freezing cold or way too warm, you have very little control over the amount of noise and light that surrounds you, and you're basically trapped in one area for hours at a time. Sitting in first class can make things better, but of course, that is not an option everyone can afford.

Luckily, there are some more affordable ways to get as comfortable as you can on an airplane, and they all revolve around picking the right seat.

The kind of seat you choose can have a huge impact on your comfort level during your flight, whether you're looking for an area that is quieter or you simply want more legroom. If you don't fly a lot, picking the right seat can seem overwhelming.

INSIDER spoke with Hawaiian Airlines flight attendant Kaipo Kauka to get a better idea of the best seat to choose depending on the experience you're looking for.

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