Guest Author - Vannie Ryanes
Has your company recently cut back on travel expenses? Are you being asked to use the lowest fares available?
Here are some tips on getting a comfortable seat on a plane, no matter what fare you pay:
_Boeing 747s, 767s, 777s or Airbus A-340s are wider planes and will give you more comfort on long flights.
_Avoid smaller aircraft for flights that are longer than one and a half to two hours.
_The best seats on a plane are the ones closest to the front, farthest from the lavatory or galley, and with a good view of entertainment screens.
_Check out www.seatguru.com, which ranks the seats on most major airlines.
—adapted from Fortune magazine
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