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Q: Some airlines let you pre-book seats. What’s the best seat in the house?

Michele says...
Long-legged types should ask for the row behind the bulkhead (the wall that’s between business and economy) or the emergency exit row. On long flights, steer clear of the bathrooms (potential stink-fests) and noisy food prep areas. Check out seatguru.com, which shows seat configurations for airlines and aircraft, and also indicates which seats to avoid. Hate your seat? Ask for something better when you check in or at the gate.

A travel writer extraordinaire, Michele Sponagle has visited more than 40 countries around the world. Send her your travel questions here.