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sq a380 back row 62, limited recline?

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sq a380 back row 62, limited recline?

hi all, thinking of picking seats in back row 62 a/b on a380. can anyone tell me if there is a wall or anything else that may cause these seats to have limited recline. seat maps didn't seem conclusive so if anyone has noticed or used i would greatly appreciate it.also looks like a bit of room to get up and stretch if needed just behind.

if anyone can confirm either way that would be great.thank you in advance.

cheers

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1. Re: sq a380 back row 62, limited recline?

Row 62 is not the last row, 63 is. So there shouldn't be limited recline. It's really close to bathrooms and maybe annoying.

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2. Re: sq a380 back row 62, limited recline?

yeah thanks for that shibuyakko. yes your right wrong row number.on the seat map attached to booking 62 is last row with 63 only being the 4 seat in the middle row.strange. on the site seat map you are correct 63 is also a last row of 3. but wasn't sure so have picked closer to front row 50.

thank you for your reply,take care

cheers

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