The bathroom is nearby since you’re in the front of the plane, and some bulkheads have bassinets for babies. Plus, no seats in front of you means there’s a 50 percent decrease in the amount of bystanders shooting you death glares.
If you don’t get the seat you want, pack a few sweet treats.
“While charm and chocolates may not guarantee a seat change, it certainly can’t hurt,” former flight attendant Beth Blair writes on BBC.com. “While you’re at it, bring another sweet treat for the seatmates on either side of you. You never can tell when the battle for the armrest will get ugly.”
Here’s hoping these tips have you flying in style in no time.
Article source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2016/09/21/get-the-best-seat-on-an-airplane_n_12117908.html?utm_hp_ref=travel&ir=Travel