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Flying BA in economy w/wife & 2 kids. Seat reservation suggestions?

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I've read several threads about BA's policy of not allowing advance seat reservations for Economy/World Traveller. I'm concerned about this because my wife is a nervous flyer...and our two kids are ages 10 & 6 (I don't have any fears/problems/phobias about flying). My concern is that we may not be able to sit together (it's a 747-400...flying from DFW to LHR). I'm hoping that we will be assigned one of the middle "four-across" sections--but am afraid beacuase of the 24-hour rule that we may not get this.

Anyone have an anecdote/words of wisdom about this?

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