Everybody loves to sit beside a window in a flight. But, how does it feel if the window seat does not have any window? Depressing, right? Virgin Australia reveals a secret for how to avoid such a disappointment!
Enjoying the sky-high view is one of the few advantages of the window seats. But, it’s a huge let-down when you discover that your carefully selected seat does not offer any window. Why does this happen?
The Australian carrier explains on its blog that some of their aircrafts don’t have it because of the air conditioning system. However, it could also happen when some airlines squeeze some extra rows on board. The airline reveals the window seats that don’t have the window on its flight. If you like looking out, don’t book seats 21K and 21A on the Boeing 777-300ER, seat 39A on the Airbus 330-200, and seat 9A on Boeing 737-800 while flying with Virgin Australia.
According to the blog post, the air conditioning system takes one or two particular window space. The ducts of the system run to the overhead vents through that passage and supply air conditioning to the entire cabin.
Virgin Australia also makes it clear that such windowless window seat is a common feature across the aircrafts of commercial carriers.