However, for some unlucky passengers, this dream fades fast. They eagerly arrive to their seat to find, well, nothing
This is common across a range of planes, including:
- Boeing 737
- Boeing 777
- Boeing 747
- Boeing 757 Boeing 737 MAXs
However, don’t think that just because you’ve flown on that type of plane before that you’re avoiding getting a windowless seat. For some plane types, there’s two different versions. This is the case with a Qantas Boeing 747-400.
Some frequent flyers end up utilising the SeatGuru website before booking flights. This website allows you to put in the company of who you’re flying with, the date of your flight and your chosen flight number. This site allows you to see the seating plan on your flight and avoid choosing a windowless seat.
Remembering this tip and using this website is bound to save you from disappointment while boarding your flight. If you do end up with a windowless seat though, use the space to try and get some rest. You probably won’t be getting much of it once you land at your destination.
This article was made in partnership with Over60.