26 August 2012
The lie-flat seats are more appropriately described as almost lie-flat. They stay in a bit of a recline V position which
made my back ache terribly. They are also rather narrow and I'm a relatively thin person. The cushioning is worn out and
you can feel the metal beneath the seat. All of this made for a very uncomfortable flight. The worst part, however, is
getting in and out of your seat if you are flying alone. If you are in the window seat and the person next to you
decides to make the bed, the only way for you to get to the toilet is to literally straddle that person to climb over
them. If you're in the aisle seat, you become the straddled. Not at all thought out.