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Foot Well space in Business Class

Foot Well space in Business Class

  1. Anonymous


    Hi. We have met before but not for awhile. I always enjoy receiving your emails.

    I wanted to raise a question with you that comes from flying SWISS business class on a Boeing 777-300ER and traveling in a solo or single seat. Much prized because they are, well, solo, I enjoyed the added space for working and enjoying the meal.

    The problem came when it was time to sleep. I discovered that the foot well space in the solo seats is half what it is in the more standard 2-seat configuration. That is because the foot well space is wedged between two seats instead of underneath a seat and therefore the same width as a seat.

    I found the limited foot well space so uncomfortable, I was not able to sleep.

    I noticed that you mentioned the foot well space on your recent China Airways A350 flight. I would encourage you to add that detail when you talk about the comfort level of an airline’s offering. For me, the limited foot well space will be a deal-breaker in the future.

    Hope to cross paths with you again this year.

    All the best,
    David Latt
    Men Who Like to Travel

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