Airline seat pitches
Want to know how much leg room you will have on your next flight. Check out the seat pitch table for 32 airlines.
By TTM on 22 September 2010 in Travel Articles
The Skyrider saddle seat has made quite a stir in the airline seating industry.
But at the moment passengers can still perch themselves on a proper seat. But not all airlines offer the same space.
Choosing an airline based on its seat pitch means you could have a more comfortable ride thanks to extra leg room.
Seat pitch is the measurement between the headrest of one seat and the same point on the seat in front. The greater the distance the better the chances of surviving a flight without any cramp!
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