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Seat Guru's recommendations for frequent flyers

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I have a question for you frequent flyers who use Seat Guru to choose seats. I'm going on a 767-300 AA flight from Madrid to Dallas soon. The Seat Guru map of that plane shows that of the two exit rows, Row 20 and 21, Row 20 is red (bad) and Row 21 is green (good). All the Row 21 seats are booked for my flight, so my question is -- is it really better to go with a "regular" non-exit row seat than to take the Row 20 seat? The pop-up box on seat gurur says there is limited legroom and reclining. But is that in comparison to the other exit row or in comparison to the regular seats? Thanks, Laurie

http://www.seatguru.com/airlines/American_Airlines/American_Airlines_Boeing_767-300_B.php

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