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Seat 85 K is a standard Economy Class seat. So a very quiet seat with huge legroom. Food was nothing really special. Seat 97 H is a standard Economy Class seat. 41A 41B 41C 41H 41J 41K: sets of three exit row seats at the very front of the plane, these will have extra legroom, and there's no middle block of seats in this section, meaning it is likely to be quieter. The only draw back of this (or any other bulk-head seat) is the smaller inflight entertainment screen. Still, it's an excellent seat, really. Seat 97 D is a standard Economy Class seat. The tray table is in the armrest, making the armrest immovable and slightly reducing seat width. Huge disappointment, nearly torture. Its a bit private and quiet there. IFE choice was good, but they shut it down once the plane was parked up so you had to sit there staring at other passengers while waiting for 20min or so to be let out of the plane. Plenty of legroom. In particular, these seats in row 50 have a terrific amount of leg room. All in all a very nice, quiet, roomy seat. 2018/08/30 for Seat 94A, on Plane itself nicer that i thaught. 2018/04/27 for Seat 98K, on My 183cm / 6 ft tall friend had to switch seats because of that and luckily there was another seat available. Seat 67 D is a standard Economy Class seat. 2016/04/26 for Seat 97C, on Seat 22 K is a standard Business Class seat. Would recommend this seat and seat 50 H for two people travelling together. This aircraft is equipped with Audio/Video on Demand (Panasonic eX2) which offers up to 400 CDs, audio books and 21 radio channels. There is no floor storage for this seat during take-off or landing. Seat 98 E is a standard Economy Class seat. 2017/10/22 for Seat 99D 99E 99F, on 2016/11/28 for Seat 61H, on Seat 62 H is a standard Economy Class seat. The legroom was pretty restricted, since my knees kept hitting the seat in front, during take off, landing, or turbulence. If I take this flight again in the future, I would prefer to be in Row 50. Seat 96 A is a standard Economy Class seat. I fly regularly to HKG and I always pick rows 54 or 55 A-K. Not only there is additional room on your window side, but you distance yourself from all potential sources of disturb. Seat 93 K is a standard Economy Class seat. can fall down through the space between the movable parts of the seat (and there is very much movement, when you fully recline your seat! Seat 61 B is a standard Economy Class seat. 2016/01/22 for Seat 96H, on So, overall there is no big traffic in this section, and especially toilettes are not bothering you at all, which I find very convenient. It is very inconvenient to for your legs as there are sharp hard edges of this box. But, we are short, so take that into account. Seat 73 B is a standard Economy Class seat. Seat 78 K is a standard Economy Class seat. Hence, the IFE is not in front of you but in between two seats which is extremely unpleasant especially if travelling alone. This version has fewer Economy Class seats.