Snapshot Taken From SeatGuru.com
In October 2001, frequent flyer Matthew Daimler launched SeatGuru.com with a single color-coded interactive airplane seating chart. Having experienced firsthand the vast differences between airline seats, he was determined to collect this useful information and share it with other travelers. Over ten million visitors later, SeatGuru has enjoyed incredible success and has expanded to include more than 300 airplane seatmaps from more than 45 different airlines.
In 2007, SeatGuru was purchased by TripAdvisor.com. Sharing the common goal of finding the truth from real travelers, SeatGuru and TripAdvisor work together to bring you the most up-to-date information about travel.
As a 6’3″ tall man, I have trouble finding a comfortable seat on an airplane. After finding seatguru.com, I am now able to at least know which seats I should suggest when booking my flight. Having recently booked a multi-leg vacation from Dallas to Washington D.C., then from D.C. to Cozumel, MX, and then from Cancun, MX to Austin, TX and then back to Midland, TX I was able to take advantage of this site. If you are an avid traveler this is a must visit before you book your next flight.