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Seat Assignments Lufthansa/United Frankfort-Cairo

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We're flying from Washington Dulles to Cairo through Frankfort on United. The flight from Frankfort to Cairo is actually a Lufthansa flight. Our flights were booked through the tour company. I independently checked on the flights to make sure everything is okay, which it is. The curious thing is that the only flight where we're not able to get seat assignments (and the travel agent couldn't either) is the United/Lufthansa code share from Frankfurt to Cairo. The Lufthansa customer service rep said this is because it is a European flight. Doesn't make much sense to me. Any advice on getting these seats in advance, or should we just go with the flow?

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