A new travel tool allows passengers to find their perfect seat on the plane – so you can maximise your comfort while flying.
Aerolopa is an online tool which helps frequent flyers figure out what the best seating location for them is – whether they're flying first class, business class, or economy.
The Mirror reports that the site has a massive database of planes and their various layouts so people can see how many seats there are, if they provide a good view from the window, how far they recline and even the amount of leg room.
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Plus, those who prefer to be close to – or far away from – the loos and exits can check that too.
The hack was recently shared by pro traveller @mamaxmilespoints, who praised its use with major airlines including Ryanair, easyJet and British Airways.
It's not the first time an insider has revealed tricks to finding the best seats when flying.
Flight attendants and cabin staff have often recommended particular seats around aircraft – especially if you’re travelling with children.
The cabin crew over at Wizz Air have previously shared their top tips for parents jetting off with kids.
One of the airline’s flight attendants said: “Pick your seats and enter the plane strategically.
“The front and back of the plane are always going to be high traffic areas as it’s where the bathrooms are located. Therefore, it’s likely that this is where the most distractions will be.
“It’s worth choosing your seats, accordingly, considering what is likely to entertain, and distress the child.”
The hack is also very useful for those with long legs who prefer the bulkhead seats with larger leg room spaces.
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