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Purchasing Legroom from US to Greece

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This question may seem a little lame question, but I have to ask because I'm concerned about comfort.

My husband is 6'5 and when flying on American Airlines throughout the US and Caribbean, we have always been lucky enough to check in early at the airport to request either the bulkhead or exit rows. I'm not familiar at all with the international airlines, but should we go ahead and purchase those type of seats when making the reservations or take a chance and wait until we check in at the airport to see if they are available. If we wait, does the price go up? The longest haul will be from Houston to either Paris, Amsterdam or Frankfurt.

If you or someone you have traveled with is just as tall, which airline has the most legroom economy seats in your opinion?

Thanks so much!

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