”If we’re all gathered in the back [main] galley having a brew and a catch-up on all the latest gossip the last thing we want to do is be walking all the way up to the front of the aircraft to respond to a call bell,
The best seats on the plane have been revealed by air steward, Dan Air, host of the confessions of a trolley Dolly website. He advised that if you want to be on the receiving end,it is better you go for the front or back of the plane. He said that, this will make you have the best of the service. Also the front seat 1A is preferred as the most attractive and attentive service can also be had at the back of the plane.
He revealed this because of how much one could wait to be served during air travel. According to him; During the Concorde days and in first class it’s the seat that the A-list celebs always sit in. And on Concorde it was the Queen’s seat.
Dan went further to say; ‘But even on low-cost carriers such as easy Jet, Ryan air or Jet 2 it’s still the best seat as it gives you the best leg room, a higher chance of being served first and an unobstructed view.’ It’s wise to wrap up if you sit here, because it’s ‘typically one of the colder seats in the plane’, he added.
”If we’re all gathered in the back [main] galley having a brew and a catch-up on all the latest gossip the last thing we want to do is be walking all the way up to the front of the aircraft to respond to a call bell, he told he mail online Travel.
He went further to say; ‘‘And we don’t like flaunting what the passenger has asked for because then it can set off a whole chain reaction with everyone wanting something else.’ ‘But the downside to a seat at the back is that you’re nearer the loos and that cabin crew chit chat. And the rows at the very back often have limited recline.
He also said that; ‘Many passengers don’t like being seated towards the rear of the aircraft as it can be quite noisy. ‘The galley is our office space, our rest area, the place we gather. So if you’re on a late or overnight flight and want to catch up with some shut eye then sitting here may not be the best of ideas.’
Dan Air reveals that his most desired seat, according to him; ‘I’d have to say row one, every time,’ he reveals.