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Excellent flight. No-one sitting front. More than enough leg room for me. I had pre-ordered my meal which was great and service was excellent and being front row of economy - you get served first. Also two windows to look out. The only negative would be that there is no footrest for this seat - the other economy seats have a netting pocket on the back of the seat in front - but during flight…

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Asiento 24K
Origen Melbourne - Melbourne International Airport (MLB)
Para Tokyo - New Tokyo International Airport (NRT)

No es la mejor fila ya que se trata de la primera de tres asientos despues de las de 4 asientos . La bandeja para la comida es mas chica que lo normal y esta dentro de los apoyabrazos. La comida bien en cantidad pero pobre la calidad. Bien el entretenimiento, con alternativas variadas

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Asiento 41
Origen Buenos Aires - Ezeiza Ministro Pistarini (EZE)
Para Rome - Leonardo da Vinci International (FCO)

This was my first time on EI-DAA, and while it was okay, it wasn't brilliant. When I boarded the plane, I headed for my seat - 40K. I was one of the first down the back as I knew the amount of available overhead storage would be abysmal. How abysmal became apparent as there were bins full of cardboard bassinets for people traveling with kids, to locked bins with items for the crew and little…

Más comentarios para Aer Lingus Airbus A330 200 Config. 2

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Asiento 40K
Origen Dublin - Dublin (DUB)
Para San Francisco, CA - San Francisco International (SFO)

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