The annual Business Traveller Airline Survey has revealed how much space passengers get when they fly, across every cabin class. Here is our pick of the results.
Budget carrier Ryanair has the narrowest economy seats out of the 32 airlines surveyed, offering just 16 inches of width, with Air Canada’ seats the widest at 18 to 18.5 inches.
Asian carriers Cathay Pacific and Singapore Airlines offer the most legroom in economy, with 32 inches across their fleets, while ANA offers between 31 inches and 38 inches, depending on the aircraft.
British Airways’ sister airline, Iberia, offers the least legroom with just 28 inches on its A319s and A320s. However, just over half of Iberia’s planes have 30 or 32 inches of legroom. Easyjet comes in second-to-last with 29 inches of legroom across its fleet.
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