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Taking Air Berlin's A330-200 Overseas

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Has anyone traveled on Air Berlin's airbus, A330-200? I am thinking of booking a flight from Miami to Berlin on this carrier, but I have been reading several reviews saying that their seating is much tighter than other airlines. No legroom! Their seat pitch is 30", and most other carriers have a pitch measurement of 31" - 33". Most being 32".

I am NOT a fan of flying and haven't flown in over 12 years. I am worried that I will be extremely uncomfortable and slightly claustrophobic on a 10 hour flight with no legroom.

Has anyone been on this particular airbus, and what is your opinion about the comfort? Although flying on another airline would be nicer, their prices are MUCH higher and none are non-stop like Air Berlin is.

Thanks for any opinions!

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