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SeatGuru and Qsuite configuration

SeatGuru and Qsuite configuration

  1. Anonymous

    When I check with SeatGuru they do not show any QSuite seating from Qatar Airways. Why is that? (I only found some via British Airways flights: operated by BA)

  2. rickyw

    I believe SeatGuru is still user-generated content, meaning someone who flies QSuites has to actually go in and submit comments about the seat for their to be any info.

    I’m sure it’s only a matter of time!

  3. Rob in Miami

    Yes, I have never trusted SeatGuru.
    (Just because it is on the Internet, does not mean it is true.)
    I prefer ExpertFlyer (not knowing if it’s better- just a preference.)

  4. Anonymous

    ExpertFlyer is definitely more accurate in terms of the map, as it reflects what the airlines load into the GDS, but doesn’t have commentary.

    SeatGuru always downrates the last row in a cabin for no other reason than it’s closer to the lav, etc., so the commentary isn’t necessarily helpful.

  5. Rob in Miami

    Me have luv for Tiffany, but each time I fly to CDG, the SeatGuru map is inaccurate. Another adage: if they lie once, they will continue to lie. SeatGuru is not good.

  6. Rob in Miami

    SeatGuru is not real information. Do not rely on it.

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